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Quiet 3PF, the renamed Quiet Logistics, said Sept. 21 it intends to open a Northwest Jacksonville fulfillment center in October and hire up to 300 full-time employees this year.

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Rooms To Go wants to move into the former Toys R Us space at The Markets at Town Center.

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The St. Johns River Water Management District is reviewing a permit application for an Amazon.com last-mile distribution facility in St. Johns County.

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Ulta Beauty Inc. said Aug. 27 it is accelerating the opening of its Northwest Jacksonville e-commerce center, but didn’t say when it would start operations other than it would be this year.

Hines, owner of The Markets at Town Center, wants to build an outdoor amenity center and a kayak launch for REI and other tenants that could use the features for products, training, classes and meetings.

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Florida Blue continues to renovate the office buildings at its Deerwood Park campus in an investment that could top $45 million, although COVID-19 is delaying work on the remaining two structures.

Biggie's Pizza intends to open its third area restaurant this month at 4160-2 Southside Blvd. to replace part of the Tommy’s Brick Oven Pizza. 

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Downtown investor JWB Real Estate Capital bought the Federal Reserve Bank Building at 424 N Hogan St.

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The proposed Exchange at Jacksonville mixed-use retail project near St. Johns Town Center apparently won’t be developed, at least anytime soon.

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Amazon.com’s Softlines category is identified on plans as the tenant for a 1 million-square-foot distribution center at Imeson Park in North Jacksonville.

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Owners of the historic Seminole Building Downtown are setting the stage to branch into weddings, as well as other events.

An artist's rendering of the Lofts at Murray Hill at at 840 Edgewood Ave. S.
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The city approved a permit June 25 for the $14 million construction of the Lofts at Murray Hill apartments.

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The east side of the Jacksonville Transportation Authority Rosa L. Parks Transit Station Downtown is fenced off in preparation for demolition.

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There could be new life for an old mall and a new beat in the heart of Arlington’s retail center.

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By the end of August, the corner of the Water Street Garage at the base of the Acosta Bridge might look anything but pedestrian.

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The Church of Eleven22 is moving ahead with plans to open a North Jacksonville campus at Oceanway Crossing in North Jacksonville.

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San Marco merchants, customers, residents and visitors are noticing work at the East San Marco site, the high-profile property at Hendricks Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard that has been the target of development for almost 20 years.

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San Marco East appears to be back on track.

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City spokesman James Croft said May 11 that the sodded Jacksonvlle Landing site Downtown will be available for events before it is redeveloped.

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The city approved a permit May 4 for Peloton to build-out in the former Tommy Bahama space at St. Johns Town Center at a cost of $800,000.

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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.

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Miller’s Ale House notified the state April 9 it furloughed almost 1,600 employees at 18 locations in Florida, including 245 at three of its six Northeast Florida restaurants.

Amazon.com intends to convert the closed Kmart at 4645 Blanding Blvd. into a last-mile delivery center.
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Amazon.com won the green light to build-out its last-mile delivery center at the former Kmart store along Blanding Boulevard at a project cost of $12 million.

Pictured: This artist's rendering illustrates the new JEA headquarters planned across from the Duval County Courthouse.
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Ryan Companies US Inc. targets an April construction start for its proposed headquarters tower for city utility JEA.

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JWB Real Estate Capital confirmed Feb. 28 that it seeks a grocery store to anchor College Park, the renamed Town & Country Shopping Center at northeast Arlington Expressway and University Boulevard in Arlington.

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Skinner Bros. Realty and The PARC Group are adding more retail space at Nocatee Town Center.

Ruby Beach Brewing Moving To Downtown Jacksonville

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Ruby Beach Brewing announced Feb. 11 it would relocate from Jacksonville Beach to Downtown Jacksonville after its Jacksonville Beach building was sold in January, making way for redevelopment.

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Partners affiliated with Florida-based self-storage construction company Rapid Building Solutions LLC bought the closed Kmart store along Beach Boulevard to introduce a drive-thru experience.

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Look for a face-life followed by renovation at the former Town & Country Shopping Center.

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AC Hotels by Marriott appears to be the hotel planned in St. Johns Town Center’s proposed fourth phase.

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