Building Up Jax is a weekly article series, posted each Saturday morning, that provides you with the latest updates on development and construction in the greater Jacksonville area.
904 TACOS COMING TO FIVE POINTS
904 Tacos Street Tacos & Cantina is ready to add to the growing slate of taco-centric restaurants in Riverside.
904 Tacos plans to open soon within the former Derby on Park building at 1086 Park St. in Five Points, most recently occupied by Derby House Diner. The new eatery is from the same owners as Anejo Cocina Mexicana, which is opening soon within Unity Plaza in Brooklyn, and Salsas Mexican Restaurant.
904 Tacos will join Taqueria Cinco and Corner Taco among the taco-themed offerings in Five Points.
BIRDIES WORKING ON COMEBACK
Birdies is making a comeback.
The Five Points favorite, which had previously announced it would close permanently, will instead be taken over by ServStar Management, a bar management company that also manages Hoptinger, The Shim Sham Room, Dos Gatos, and Surfer the Bar locally.
Its new owners have already installed a new bar and made small layout changes to the interior, and they also plan on adding an outdoor deck in the near future.
- Coastal Spine and Pain Center received a permit for build-out at 4796 Hodges Blvd.
- SportClips received a permit for build-out at 550 Durbin Pavilion Dr. within The Pavilion at Durbin Park.
- My Neighborhood Storage Center received a permit for the construction of a three-story storage building at 1195 St. Johns Pkwy. in northern St. Johns County.
- Financial company Cantor Fitzgerald received a permit for build-out at 10401 Deerwood Park Blvd.
- The city received a permit for the construction of a new community center at 5656 Moncrief Rd. W.
- Plans were submitted for a new kayak launch and outdoor pavilion behind REI’s location within Markets at Town Center.