New parking lot for school board building; two businesses building out at moving to Town Center One
MedMen, which is working on sites in Five Points and Jacksonville Beach, also intends to open in Mandarin.
The city is reviewing a permit for a $700,000 tenant build-out at the former Al’s Pizza at 11190 San Jose Blvd. The location is 5,312 square feet.
Al’s Pizza owner Al Mansur sold the property in April to MedMen Enterprises through LCR 11190 San Jose LLC of Culver City, California.
The city previously approved build-out for the MedMen medical marijuana treatment center dispensing facility at 1059 Park St. at Park and Lomax streets in Five Points.
At Jacksonville Beach, the St. Johns River Water Management District is reviewing a permit for a new parking lot and stormwater pond at 308 S. Third St., the former 33 Star retail location.
Plans show a 6,073-square-foot MedMen location.
Los Angeles-based MedMen Enterprises Inc. lists 33 operational MedMen and PharmaCann locations and 82 permitted under licenses.
School headquarters parking on Southbank
The city issued a city development number for the Duval County Public Schools parking lot at 1701 Prudential Drive for construction of a new parking lot and for road improvements. Kimley-Horn is the project engineer.
The lot is part of The District development planned adjacent to the school board building.
A land-swap agreement between The District and Duval Public Schools will allow The District to obtain an existing parking lot.
The District planners are required to build a 220-space lot before starting on the larger development. Construction on the parking lot is scheduled to begin by July 30 and will take up to 90 days.
Insight Global, Claim Central building-out at Town Center One
The city approved tenant build-out for Insight Global, an Atlanta-based staffing company, on the second floor of Town Center One at 5555 Gate Parkway.
Dav-Lin Interior Contractors Inc. is the contractor for the $536,994 project of 10,250 square feet on the second floor.
The city also issued a permit for Tenant Contractors Inc. to build-out 5,046 square feet of space on the second floor for insurance claims processor Claim Central at a cost of $379,243.
Availity LLC, a health care IT company, anchors the building, developed by VanTrust Real Estate LLC. The leases take the building to 91 percent occupancy.
San Jose Country Club renovations in review
The city is reviewing a permit application for $2 million in renovations at San Jose Country Club at 7529 San Jose Blvd.
It is a step toward the $9 million clubwide renovation that members approved to upgrade the facilities at the almost 72-year-old private club.
Work is slated to begin this month and the three-phase project is projected for completion in April 2021.
Johnson & Johnson in Deerwood Park
The city approved a permit for Turner Construction Co. to demolish internal space for Johnson & Johnson Vision Products Inc. at a cost of $332,000 to proceed with the Phase 8 expansion at its Deerwood area manufacturing campus.
The campus is at 7500 Centurion Parkway.
Johnson & Johnson Vision wants to add space to expand its production line to meet demand for its Acuvue brand contact lenses.