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Jax Daily Record Wednesday, Apr. 27, 202204:00 AM EST

Development Today

These are the largest commercial building permits by job cost issued April 25 by the city of Jacksonville.


  • Olea Beach Haven, 4101 San Pablo Parkway, contractor is Live Oak Contracting LLC, 253,966 square feet, nine permits for apartment, clubhouse garage and maintenance buildings, $30.2 million.
  • Equinox West, 8289 Meridian Road, contractor is Veteran Construction Solutions LLC, 481 square feet, install mail kiosk, $109,237.
  • Mariner’s Village, 2130 Mayport Road, contractor is All Weather Contractors Inc., window, door and siding replacement, $98,326.


  • JZI LogisticSolutions, A RoadOne Co., 1111 Imeson Park Blvd., contractor is Auld & White Constructors LLC, 3,920, square feet, accessory building, $50,000.

Office, Bank, Professional

  • Sizemore Inc., 2700 University Blvd. W., contractor is International Management Co. LLC, 2,488 square feet, tenant build-out, $47,000.

Schools, Library, Other Educational

  • Jacksonville Classical Academy East, 5900 Fort Caroline Road, contractor is Summit Construction Management Group LLC, 7,000 square feet, renovation, $1 million.


  • Fidelity National Financial, 601 Riverside Ave., contractor is Southeastern Lighting Solutions Inc., three permits for wall signs, $6,300.
  • Spark Salon Suites, 9303 Baymeadows Road, No. 103, contractor is Taylor Sign & Design Inc., wall sign, $2,388.
  • Synergy, 7148 Philips Highway, contractor is Aluminum Plus LLC, four permits for under canopy and other signs, $1,500.

Stores, Mercantile

  • Tractor Supply, 8984 Normandy Blvd., contractor is Fulcrum Construction Group LLC, 39,496 square feet, new building, $1.8 million.
  • Love’s Travel Stop & Country Store, 12921 Duval Road, contractor is Harris United Contracting LLC, 616 square feet, two permits for fuel canopies, $200,000.

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