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Jax Daily Record Friday, Apr. 8, 202209:00 AM EST

Camel Premium Express Car Wash building at former RaceTrac site

The $3 million project will be developed at 5109 University Blvd. W.

The city issued a permit April 7 for Magnolia Wash Holdings to build a Camel Premium Express Car Wash at 5109 University Blvd. W. at a cost of $1.5 million.

Construction comes after the city issued a demolition permit Feb. 1 to remove the former RaceTrac Petroleum Inc. structures at a cost of $20,000. The fuel tanks already had been removed.

The permit was issued March 3 for civil site work at a cost of $300,000.

Camel Premium Express Car Wash is coming to the former RaceTrac site at 5109 University Blvd. W. (Google)

MDM Services Inc. of Lakeland is the contractor or the 3,604-square-foot automated tunnel car wash on 1.44 acres in the Bowden-Englewood area of south Jacksonville.

It demolished the RaceTrac structures and pavilion.

Magnolia Wash Holdings is based in Morrisville, North Carolina.

University Express Wash LLC of Greenwich, Connecticut, bought the property Nov. 17, 2021, from RaceTrac Inc. for $1.25 million.

Counting the purchase and construction, the costs total more than $3 million.

 RaceTrac built a larger location nearby.

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