Supermarkets across the First Coast have plans in place to keep the food and supplies flowing, despite demand surges on some items, and many are giving older shoppers time alone in the store before doors open to the general public.
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Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan's proposed $2.5 billion Lot J and Jacksonville Shipyards development is a starting point for two decades of development in Downtown's Sports and Entertainment District, said The Cordish Companies Chief Operating Officer Zed Smith.
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The Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission voted Wednesday to deny First Baptist Church a permit to demolish its Downtown building at 125 W. Church St., but the fate of the structure may not yet be decided.
A development agreement could go before the Downtown Investment Authority in April now that the DIA has unanimously approved a $136 million bid by New York-based Spandrel Development Partners LLC to build a mixed-use retail and multifamily development at The Ford on Bay.
City Council President Scott Wilson filed legislation Feb. 19 to approve taxpayer-backed incentives for code-named Project Graph to expand the company’s existing Jacksonville software design operation and create a regional headquarters.
Two organic supermarket chains from out of state are closing their doors in Jacksonville, which has helped open the door for Native Sun Natural Foods Market to take another run at the Jacksonville Beach grocery market.