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.
LULULEMON TO OPEN SEASONAL STORE IN SAN MARCO
Lululemon is coming to San Marco Square – at least for the holiday season.
The national athletic apparel retailer received a permit for build-out at 2006 San Marco Blvd. Its unit was previously used by San Marco Promenade as rental offices.
The brand’s website lists the store as “seasonal,” meaning it will likely only be open through the holiday season. The brand operates a similar seasonal store within Nocatee Town Center. Its sole permanent location in Jax is located at St. Johns Town Center.
DAVID WEEKLEY TO BUILD ETOWN TOWNHOMES
David Weekley Homes has announced plans for a 286-unit townhome development within eTown’s Kettering neighborhood. The development will feature a resort-style pool, a lap pool, fitness center, rooftop patio, playground, and event lawn.
Construction will begin late next year, with sales beginning in 2022.
- Sulzbacher received a permit to demolish a modular building at 611 E. Adams St.
- Memes Caribbean Food Store received a permit for build-out at 1515 Cesery Blvd.
- Freedom Mortgage received a permit for build-out at 8787 Baypine Rd.
- Bono’s Pit Bar-B-Q submitted plans for the construction of a new 4,000 sq. ft. restaurant building at 10065 Skinner Lake Dr. The new structure will replace its previous building at the same site, which was destroyed in a fire earlier this year.
- Kenworth of Jacksonville received a permit for the construction of a new truck dealership at 1121 Suemac Rd.
- Bodegon Super Market received a permit for build-out at 5808 Normandy Blvd.
- A permit was issued for demolition of a structure at 925 N. Ocean St.