1ST AND MAIN BUILDING TO BECOME OFFICE AND EVENT SPACE
The owner of the 1st and Main building at 1101 N. Main St. in Springfield provided an update on the property’s progress.
According to a Facebook post by Amy Smith, one-half of the husband and wife team that owns the property, the upstairs portion is being built out as office space, with her husband’s Smith Brothers Plastering set to move into the space early next year.
Meanwhile, the downstairs portion of the building is set to become an event venue with a small kitchen for caterers. It will be called Brick and Beam and is set to open in May 2019.
Amy and her husband Josh purchased the building earlier in the year. It’s been vacant for a few years; prior to that, it was home to The Pearl nightclub.
The outside of the building features the “Welcome to Springfield” mural that was added in late 2016.
FIREHOUSE SUBS, FIVE BELOW APPROVED FOR DURBIN BUILD-OUT
Two of Pavilion at Durbin Park‘s future tenants received permits for interior build-out.
Firehouse Subs was approved at 480 Durbin Pavilion Dr., and Five Below received a permit for build-out at 675 Durbin Pavilion Dr.
- Florida Department of Transportation submitted its plans to reconfigure the Butler Blvd./San Pablo Rd. interchange into a diverging diamond-style interchange to help improve traffic flow.
- Pearl Eagles LLC submitted plans for two new hotel buildings on a 2.9-acre lot of land along CR-208 near I-95 in St. Johns County. The hotels would combine to provide 132 rooms in close proximity to both of the St. Augustine outlet malls along I-95.
- Atlantic North LLC submitted plans for a new multi-building self-storage facility along Kernan Blvd. near Atlantic Blvd. TCI Construction Company is the listed contractor.
- UF Health Family Medicine and Pediatrics received a permit for build-out within the office building at 203 Fort Wade Rd. near Nocatee Pkwy.