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Publix Super Markets Inc. plans to close its Gateway Town Center on Dec. 28.

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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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Duck Donuts franchise owner Craig Hutchings said his group will open the first restaurant, which sells made-to-order doughnuts, this summer in the Shoppes at Bartram Park and hire about 30 people.

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Lego, the maker of small, plastic interlocking building blocks and toys sold at retailers worldwide, is bringing a store to St. Johns Town Center.

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An apartment community of shipping containers has been designed for the Cathedral District area of Downtown.

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Tommy Bahama’s Marlin Bar appears to be coming to St. Johns Town Center.

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Ida Claire Jacksonville LLC bought the closed Mimi's Cafe property on an outparcel at St. Johns Town Center on Thursday for conversion into its “Ida Claire, South of Ordinary” concept.

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Ash Properties is working on The Palms at Gate Parkway, a 119,362-square-foot retail and office center at northwest Gate Parkway and Burnt Mill Road, near Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295.

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Chefs Matthew and David Medure are launching a new culinary concept – Midtown Table – at Gateway Village at Town Center.

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Wawa Inc., which opened its ninth area store Tuesday, is closing in on a Downtown presence and might secure the location in several weeks.

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Jacksonville Jaguars President Mark Lamping said team owner Shad Khan is committed to development at Lot J, the TIAA Bank Field parking site that city utility JEA bypassed for its headquarters.

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Planners envision a walk to the park for residents moving to southeast Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295.

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Publix Super Markets Inc. intends to open a second GreenWise natural foods market in St. Johns County.

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Housewares store Sur La Table and fashion eyeglass retailer Warby Parker appear to be prospective tenants at St. Johns Town Center in the closed Williams-Sonoma space.

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Fuqua Development Principal Jeff Fuqua intends to unveil more details today about his proposed $300 million village center development at southeast Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295 on 67 acres he intends to buy from the Skinner family.

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Roosevelt Square, built 58 years ago as an enclosed shopping mall, is heading into its third redevelopment under the 22-year ownership of Atlanta-based Dewberry Group.

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