The natural foods chain opened its first area store in Neptune Beach.
Lucky’s Market intends to open in OakLeaf Station in southwest Jacksonville, its second area store after its December 2016 opening in Neptune Beach.
Landlord Sleiman Enterprises anticipates a December opening, according to a spokeswoman.
The city is reviewing a permit application for Lucky’s Market Operating Co. LLC of Colorado to build-out 30,000 square feet of space in OakLeaf at 8380 Merchants Way.
Lucky’s Market already is identified on a site plan by Sleiman Enterprises. It is leasing next to the 12-screen Epic Theatres.
No contractor is listed for the $1.5 million project for interior and exterior work on the 30,000-square-foot store.
MCG Architecture of Cleveland, Ohio, is the architect.
OakLeaf Station is along Merchants Way, south of Argyle Forest Boulevard.
The Neptune Beach store is at 580 Atlantic Blvd.
Lucky’s Market operates in 11 states. In Florida, it has 10 stores and two coming soon in St. Petersburg and Hunters Creek in the Orlando area.
Lucky’s Market is a specialty grocery store chain found in 2003 and focused on natural, organic and locally grown products.