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Jax Daily Record Thursday, Jul. 18, 201908:00 AM EST

Lego will build-out at St. Johns Town Center

The city issued a permit Wednesday for the store planned in front of Dillard’s.

Lego is building-out a store at St. Johns Town Center.

The city issued a permit Wednesday for Texeira Contracting Inc. to improve space in front of Dillard’s for a Lego store at a cost of $684,415.

Texeira Contracting Inc. will improve space for Lego in Jacksonville at a cost of $684,415.

The 2,727-square-foot space is at 4663 River City Drive.

Lego makes small, plastic interlocking building blocks and toys sold at retailers worldwide. It sells the colorful components in categories, such as animals, space, video games and vehicles, and in themes, including DC Super Heroes, Marvel Super Heroes, Minecraft, Harry Potter and Star Wars.

The Lego Group is a Denmark-based privately held, family-owned company with offices in London, Shanghai, Singapore and in Enfield, Connecticut.

In addition to selling the products in retail stores and online, Lego operates worldwide stores, including more than 90 among about 35 states.

Lego also licenses the Legoland Florida Resort and theme park in Winter Haven owned and operated by British theme park company Merlin Entertainments Group.


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