St. Johns Town Center

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Dressbarn, the women's clothing chain founded in the 1960s as a place where women in need of career-wear "could find fashion at a value," is closing all its stores.

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

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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.

CineBistro's High-End Concept Planned As Part Of Large Project Near Butler, I-295

Apr 3, 2019
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CineBistro, which developer Jeff Fuqua said he is bringing to Jacksonville, is a full menu and bar movie theater.

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When automakers announce closures, they usually stick. But Tesla isn’t like most automakers.

Video Of Proposed Butler Blvd./I-295 Village Center Released

Apr 1, 2019
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Fuqua Development Principal Jeff Fuqua on Thursday unveiled his proposed $300 million village center development at southeast Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295 in Jacksonville.

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Imagine historic San Marco Square – but larger – dropped into a signature Southside property.

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As retailers retool because of online shopping, competition and other factors, stores are closing in Jacksonville.

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Editor's Note: Tesla has announced it is reevaulating plans to close some stores. As a result. this story has been updated with Tesla's latest statements.

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Tesla, which has a store at the St. Johns Town Center, is moving to an online-only sales model and closing many stores with word it has introduced the long awaited $35,000 version of its Model 3.

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