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New Grocery-Anchored Shopping Center In Review For North Jacksonville

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A grocery-anchored shopping center is in review for North Jacksonville. 

The city issued a mobility fee calculation certificate and a conditional capacity availability statement for Northpoint Village, an almost 65,000-square-foot grocery-anchored shopping center on 16.5 acres at New Berlin and Yellow Bluff roads. 

The owner is Northpoint Realty LLC, led by Jacksonville-based International Management LLC. A representative said it was still early to discuss plans for the site.

Plans show a 48,387-square-foot grocery anchor flanked by three retail buildings totaling 16,600 square feet of retail space. Five outparcels range from 0.89 to 1.53 acres. 

A grocery store that size matches those of Publix Super Markets Inc. Dwaine Stevens, media and community relations manager, said Publix does not have a signed lease at the location.

The mobility fee is calculated at $276,647 to mitigate the traffic impact. England-Thims & Miller Inc. is the agent.

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