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.
ASCENSION ST. VINCENT’S SUBMITS ST. JOHNS PLANS
Ascension St. Vincent’s submitted plans for its proposed medical center in northern St. Johns County.
The hospital group’s plans show a hospital building with a helipad located within Fountains at St. Johns off of SR-210. The plans also show two parcels identified for future expansion purposes.
Ascension had announced its choice of location for the hospital earlier this summer. The $115 million project is expected to be completed sometime in 2022. It will join the mixed-use Fountains at St. Johns development.
TEPEYOLOT CERVECERIA RECEIVES PERMIT, SEEKS INVESTMENTS
Tepeyolot Cerveceria is moving forward in eastern San Marco.
The eatery submitted plans for its redevelopment of an existing building at 2130 Kings Ave. into a new brewpub and restaurant. Those plans show a new parking lot behind the building, replacing an existing grass field.
The team behind the restaurant is also looking for investors to help it finish funding its equipment purchases. They expect it to open later this year.
- Cinemark received a permit for construction of a new 14-screen movie theater facility at 11567 Atlantic Blvd. within Atlantic North.
- Prototype Escape Games received a permit for build-out at 3546 St. Johns Bluff Rd.
- Logisticare received a permit for build-out at 7411 Fullerton St.
- Springfield Preservation and Revitalization (SPAR) Council received a permit for renovations to its building at 1321 N. Main St.
- Paris Banh Mi Café Bakery received a permit for build-out at 3515 St. Johns Bluff Rd. S.
- Whataburger submitted plans for a new, stand-alone restaurant building at Atlantic and Kernan boulevards.