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City Reviewing Permit For $255,294 Build-Out Of Peterbrooke At VyStar's Downtown Campus

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Jacksonville Daily Record
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The city is reviewing renovation plans for Peterbrooke Chocolatier at 100 W. Bay St., the seven-story building that VyStar Credit Union bought next to its 23-story tower.

Dana B. Kenyon Co. is the contractor for VyStar’s improvements, including the $255,294 build-out of 1,433 square feet on the first floor for the Jacksonville-based Peterbrooke Chocolatier candy shop, according to WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.

RS&H Inc. is the architect.

Peterbrooke leased space in the West Bay Street building before VyStar bought it in February 2019 and began to gut it for renovations. The chocolate shop temporarily relocated into the VyStar Tower at 76 S. Laura St. 

In May 2019, Jacksonville-based VyStar applied to the city to start interior demolition of the 75,744-square-foot Bay Street building that it bought for $5 million from developer Eugene Profit. 

Read the rest of this story at JaxDailyRecord.com.