San Marco

Business Brief: Developer Wants To Transform Reddi-Arts Property Into 2 Restaurants

Nov 15, 2019
rendering of two buildings
The Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville-based Chase Properties Inc. is finalizing an agreement to purchase Reddi-Arts at 1037 Hendricks Ave. in San Marco and redevelop the property into two restaurants.

Jacksonville Daily Record

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

Regency Centers Corp. / Via Jacksonville Daily Record

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

Sleiman Enterprises

The former owners of The Jacksonville Landing have acquired a collection of some of San Marco Square's most iconic buildings.

Heather Schatz / WJCT News

Throughout its three decades of selling sandwiches and beer in the River City, European Street Cafe carried gourmet candy from around the world. But now the Jacksonville institution is expanding its operation with European Street Sweets.

Abukar Adan / WJCT-News

Some San Marco residents and business owners are against the City of Jacksonville’s proposed closure of a railroad crossing next to a busy area that includes multiple restaurants.

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The City of Jacksonville is asking to close a railroad crossing in San Marco next to a busy retail center.  

Ashco, Inc.

The next phase of the San Marco Train Station development on Hendricks Avenue is getting underway.

Jacksonville Daily Record

With Publix Super Markets Inc. renovating stores around Jacksonville and preparing to open more, including its first area GreenWise Market in Nocatee, the topic naturally surfaced.

Jessica Palombo / WJCT News

Artisan food is proving to be good business for a cluster of small-scale producers in the San Marco area.

The handcrafted food trend that’s taking hold there could help propel those businesses beyond Jacksonville, according to Mike Field, co-founder of Modern Cities. 

Taverna Wins Zoning Exception For San Marco Expansion

Sep 25, 2018
Jacksonville Daily Record

The Jacksonville Planning Commission has approved a zoning exception that allows Taverna restaurant in San Marco Square to expand into an adjoining retail space, according to our Jacksonville Daily Record news partner.

Brendan Rivers / WJCT News

A year ago this week Hurricane Irma caused record flooding in many parts of Jacksonville, and some business owners are still dealing with the storm’s effects.

Via Jacksonville Daily Record

Pet Paradise Resort and Day Spa, the Jacksonville-based developer and owner of boarding and day care for dogs and cats, intends to relocate its headquarters to San Marco.

The Daily Record

Cline’s Custom Meats will lease space in San Marco at 1625 Hendricks Ave., where La Nopalera operated before moving a few blocks north.

Daily Record

A year after a deal for apartments fell through, and 16 years after potential development first surfaced, it looks as if East San Marco will soon rise — with retail.

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