Building permit issued for Freshfields Farm
Construction was approved Wednesday for Freshfields Farm at the former Liberty Furniture site at 5555 University Blvd. W.
The City previously issued a demolition permit for the Orlando-based venture to tear down part of the building in preparation for renovation and reconstruction.
Williams & Rowe Co. Inc. will handle the $1.5 million construction project and the $10,000 demolition.
Williams & Rowe plans to remove part of the existing building and construct a new addition. A future addition also is shown on plans.
Freshfields Farm wants to create a 22,300-square-foot market at the 4.2-acre site.
Kasper Architecture Inc. is the designer and the owner is University & Spring Park LLC of Orlando, which comprises owners of Freshfields Farms.
Freshfields Farm sells meat and produce. Derek Wagner, director of marketing, said previously that pending permitting approvals, construction and renovations could be completed for a fall opening.
The site is at University Boulevard and Spring Park Road. Acamas Civil Engineering is the engineer.
Green Tea building out
Build-out was approved for the Green Tea restaurant at 10059 San Jose Blvd., No. 4, in Crown Point Plaza. Target Contractors Inc. is the contractor for the $20,000 project. The plans show a 1,237-square-foot build-out.
Baron Crab Stop
The City OK'd a restaurant build-out for Baron Crab Stop at 1069 Golfair Blvd. It's a $22,000 project.
3 business licenses for food ventures
Business licenses were issued for several food ventures.
A&S Fresh Seafood at 11757 Beach Blvd., No. 10, a retail store. The site is Beachwood Plaza.
Tita's Kitchen, 5323 Firestone Road, No. 2, a restaurant, café or snack bar.
Ms. Edye's Oatmeal Delights LLC, for Edye Smith, manufacturing, at a home address.