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Stores could be open for business by the end of 2021 at East San Marco.

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Publix is taking its proposed East San Marco supermarket to another level.

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The city issued a permit Monday for construction of the Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar at St. Johns Town Center.

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Hillwood, which is developing AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center, is one of five groups making plans for Jacksonville distribution centers of more than 1 million square feet.

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Almost 15 years after opening St. Johns Town Center, owners are preparing for a fourth phase at the Southside shopping center that includes a theater, hotel and additional retail space.

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Florida Power & Light Co. President and CEO Eric Silagy said Friday the company is looking at bidding to buy JEA, according to WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.

A tenant is coming to Southside that pledges to hire 300 employees by year-end 2021.

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Developers of the Nocatee and eTown residential and commercial communities in Duval and St. Johns counties have turned to Clay County for a large project.

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Autobahn Indoor Speedway & Events is adding a full-service restaurant, a bar serving beer and wine and up to 50 arcade games at its Jacksonville location.

Property owner-developer Edward Skinner Jones wants to demolish and rebuild a structure in the Shoppes of Avondale and open the area’s third Southern Grounds & Co. coffee shop.

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VyStar Credit Union plans to take down the SunTrust name this month and put up its signs in August on the 23-story Downtown tower it bought almost a year ago.

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Developer Mike Balanky said he hopes to break ground by mid-2020 on Kings Avenue Station, a building he proposes in the Downtown Southbank area that could range from six to 40 stories.

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MedMen is working on sites in Five Points and Jacksonville Beach.

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Rural Southwest Jacksonville residents concerned about the proposed Trails development that could bring 5,000 homes to the area told city staff Monday why they opposed the project.

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Downtown’s historic Sweet Pete’s building at 400 N. Hogan St. is for sale.

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