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City Council member Aaron Bowman said at the close of the Council meeting Jan. 26 that the new Westside Amazon.com center will be a $40 million project that creates 200 jobs.

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The Church of Eleven22 announced Jan. 5 that it bought 55 acres for its first campus in St. Johns County.

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Dennis Chan is starting the new year with the new Blue Bamboo Canton Bistro in Mandarin, continuing 16 years of the Asian restaurant’s operations.

The Bank of America tower, Jacksonville's tallest office high-rise, is changing hands.
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Group RMC of New York City bought Jacksonville’s tallest office high-rise – the 42-story Bank of America Tower – and two other Downtown buildings Dec. 15 for $75.5 million.

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Owners of the historic Seminole Building Downtown applied to the city for a permit to build a rooftop patio on the third floor of the three-story building at 400 N. Hogan St.

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With permits issued Dec. 10, developers Marc Peter Kozman and Magdi Samuel can start work on converting the former FBI Building into the Arlington Apartments at a cost of $11 million.

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A former Kmart at 1501 Normandy Village Parkway in West Jacksonville will become U-Haul Moving & Storage.

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VyStar Credit Union applied to the city for a permit to renovate the breezeway at its Downtown headquarters campus at a cost of $1.62 million.

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Owners of the historic Central Fire Station Building Downtown seek conceptual approval from the Downtown Development Review Board for adaptive reuse of the two-story structure at 39 E. Adams St.

The former South Kitchen & Spirits restaurant
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The owner of Al’s Pizza, Flying Iguana Taqueria & Tequila Bar, COOP 303 and Mezza Luna Ristorante has taken over the closed South Kitchen & Spirits restaurant location in South Avondale.

Rendering of a Paradise Grills store
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Paradise Grills wants to build-out the former Newk’s Eatery space at Town Center Promenade.

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Circle K proposes an almost $2.14 million convenience store and gas station at a northwest Atlantic and Southside boulevards, the former site of Coggin Pontiac and a JEA staging site in the Regency area.

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A new Publix is in development in North Jacksonville.

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Amazon.com’s 10th area facility is in review at AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center at a construction cost of $40.4 million.

Breezy Jazz Club owner and founder Thea Jeffers with, at right, her husband, Lt. Cmdr. Bernett Jeffers and jazz artist Delfeayo Marsalis, who performed at Breezy at New Year's Eve 2018.
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Breezy Jazz Club, now Downtown at 119 W. Adams St., is moving across the St. Johns River into San Marco where Zeus Pizza vacated.

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DashMart, part of the DoorDash food-delivery network, is considering a Jacksonville presence.

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After 53 years in operation as one of Regency Square Mall’s original tenants, J.C. Penney Co.  Inc. closed its department store for good at 4 p.m. Oct. 18.

Picture of future Amazon facility at 250 Busch Drive E.
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Amazon.com Inc. continues its Jacksonville expansion with a 477,946-square-foot package delivery hub in North Jacksonville that is being built-out for $15 million.

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Now under construction, online retailer Amazon.com Inc.’s new Imeson Park fulfillment center is at least a $106.1 million project.

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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. 

The Federal Reserve Bank Building at 424 N Hogan St
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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.

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