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.
NEW TENANTS, RETAIL CENTER REVEALED IN NORTHERN ST. JOHNS
It was a busy news week out in fast-growing northern St. Johns County.
SuperCuts became the most recent tenant revealed for Bartram Market, having received a permit for build-out this week. The previously-announced Dunkin’ Donuts also received its construction permit. The Publix-anchored center also features Wendy’s, Aspen Dental, and a future Wawa location.
Extreme Wings Sports Grille received a permit for build-out within Shoppes of St. Johns Parkway. It’ll join other planned food options such as Canopy Road Cafe, Ember & Iron Rustic American Fare, and Al Dente’s Restaurant in the shopping center, which was briefly anchored by Earth Fare before it went out of business.
Over at The Forum at Greenbriar, F.E.N.I.X. Fitness received a permit for build-out. It joins Atlantic Self Storage and Clean Juice among announced tenants thus far.
The previously-announced Burger Barn received its permit for build-out within The Pavilion at Durbin Park.
And last but not least, PEBB Enterprises announced this week that it plans to develop a 59,000 sq. ft. shopping center adjacent to Beachwalk. Publix, Publix Liquors, and Lavender Spa have signed on as tenants. The center is expected to open next summer.
All new tenants have been added to our running list of retail developments in northern St. Johns County.
24/7 PEDIATRICS COMING TO BAYMEADOWS/I-295
24/7 Pediatrics submitted plans for a new 5,500 sq. ft. facility at 8990 R.G. Skinner Pkwy.; it’ll be part of the Campfield Commons commercial development near Baymeadows Rd. and I-295, which also includes a planned multitenant medical office building as well as an additional parcel available for development. It’s located near the future Woodspring Suites hotel at Baymeadows/I-295.
- Shearwater has announced that Dream Finders Homes and Lennar will be the homebuilders for its Timberline neighborhood, which will offer one- and two-story luxury townhomes in northern St. Johns.
- Tru by Hilton submitted plans for a new 4-story, 82-room hotel building at I-295 and Pritchard Rd.
- Fancy Sushi received a permit for build-out at 8324 Merchants Way within Oakleaf Town Center.
- UF Health received a permit for infrastructure and equipment improvements totaling $5.1 million at its campus along 8th Street in Springfield.
- Baptist Health received a permit for renovations to its hospital entryway and lobby at 800 Prudential Dr.
- Jacksonville University submitted plans for a new basketball training and performance center adjacent to Swisher Gymnasium and Pruitt Softball Complex.
- Baptist South received a permit for renovations to the 4th floor of its building at 14550 Old St. Augustine Rd., related to Wolfson Children’s Hospital’s rehab clinic.
- Golden Corral received a permit for renovations to its existing location at 1201 Memorial Park Rd.
- T-Mobile received a permit for build-out at 11200 San Jose Blvd.
- Mayday Handcrafted Ice Cream is now open at 1198 Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville Beach. The St. Augustine-based ice cream company also has a location in San Marco.
- Branan Partners submitted plans for Sugar Leaf Farms, a 118-home subdivision off of Oakleaf Village Pkwy. in Clay County.