SPICE TO CLOSE PERMANENTLY
At least one local restaurant has already done the math and decided that it won’t survive the forced closures brought about by COVID-19.
Spice in Middleburg announced via social media this past week that it will shut its doors permanently, due in part to previous financial struggles and in part because of anticipated losses caused by forced closure.
A reminder: we made a list of local restaurants that have adjusted to COVID-19 demands and are providing curbside pickup and/or delivery services. Please support these businesses in any way you can so they will survive this!
- DHI Communities submitted plans for South Park Apartments, a 10-building, 300-unit apartment complex along A.C. Skinner Pkwy.
- Publix received a permit for build-out of a liquor store at 2025 Riverside Ave., near its existing grocery store in Riverside.
- Starbucks received a permit for build-out at 9379 Baymeadows Rd.
- Five Below received a permit for build-out at 13141 City Station Dr. within River City Marketplace.
- Trap House Chicken received a permit for build-out at 5907 Merrill Rd.
- Community First Credit Union received a permit for its $1.76 million build-out within the Diamond-S building at 701 W. Adams St.
- JEA received a permit for $4.28 million of renovations within its service center at 6727 Broadway Ave.
- Harbor Freight Tools received a permit for build-out at 932 Dunn Ave.
- Oportun received a permit for build-out at 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd.