The Jacksonville Beach Planning Commission unanimously approves owner’s proposal for redevelopment of the site.
Plans for a redesigned Angie’s Subs can move forward after the Jacksonville Beach Planning Commission approved owner Edward Malin’s proposal Monday night.
The commission voted unanimously to approve the proposal. The five members attending voted in favor. There was one absence and one position is open.
Malin proposes to add a distillery to the list of conditional uses in the C-2 zoning district, where Angie’s Subs is located.
Malin plans to tear down the structure and build a combined space at 1436 Beach Blvd. with the Jacksontucky Distillery, a barbecue restaurant and Angie’s Subs in a three-story space.
When complete, Malin said it would be “a perfect complement to the Beaches,” and the bourbon distillery would become a tourist draw, much like the St. Augustine Distillery.
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