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.
SPRINGFIELD SCOOPS TAKES STEP FORWARD ALONG MAIN STREET
Springfield Scoops received a certificate-of-use permit at 1807 N. Main St.
The ice cream shop was in the works prior to the arrival of COVID-19 and now is taking its final steps to prepare for opening. It had previously received a sign permit in March.
The shop joins a Walgreens community pharmacy among the tenants within its two-story building, which was constructed in 1908. It will occupy a ground-floor unit that was most recently used by Ferd’s Tax Service.
AUTOZONE PLANNING DUNN AVE., NORTHERN ST. JOHNS STORES
Auto parts retailer AutoZone submitted plans for two new Jax-area stores this week.
One of those stores will be located at 6765 Dunn Ave. within the Dunn Village shopping center. The other is a previously-announced location within Bartram Market in northern St. Johns County.
- House of Shaves Barbershop plans to open soon on the ground floor of 501 Riverside Ave.
- Another Broken Egg Café received a permit for build-out at 11949 Atlantic Blvd.
- Lowe’s received a permit for build-out within warehouse space at 13225 Vantage Way, part of Freebird Commerce Center.
- McDonald’s received a permit for renovations to its existing location at 14200 Beach Blvd.
- Brightway Insurance received a permit for build-out at 360 Town Plaza Ave. within Nocatee Town Center.
- Bonchon received a permit for build-out at 475 Durbin Pavilion Dr. within The Pavilion at Durbin Park.
- Fancy Sushi received a permit for build-out at 155 Bartram Market Dr. within Bartram Market.
- North Florida Imports received a permit for build-out at 5250 Bowden Rd.
- Quest Diagnostics received a permit for build-out at 510 Airport Center Dr.
- Forcura received a permit for build-out at 10151 Deerwood Park Blvd.
- Impact Christian Academy received a permit for build-out at 9501 Arlington Expy.