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Jax Daily Record Friday, Dec. 15, 201706:50 AM EST

Permit sought for Gate Parkway health center

Ascension St. Vincent’s plans to open 10 health centers in the area over the next 30 months.

Ascension St. Vincent’s applied to the city for a permit to build its proposed Gate Parkway health center.

Brasfield & Gorrie LLC is the contractor for the $4.5 million project, comprising 15,182 square feet at 6699 Gate Parkway next to the FBI building.

St. Vincent’s plans to open 10 health centers in the area over 30 months at an estimated cost of $75 million.

The first two opened in Mandarin and St. Johns County. The Gate Parkway location is expected to open in fall 2018.

Jacksonville-based St. Vincent’s said the new-concept health centers are designed to provide essential services such as urgent care, primary care, imaging, lab services and specialty care in one location.

Hakimian adding two Mandarin retail buildings

Hakimian Holdings LLC wants to build two retail buildings at the Merchants Walk shopping center at 9925 and 9961 San Jose Blvd. in Mandarin.

Plans filed with the city and the St. Johns River Water Management District show a 5,312-square-foot building on an outparcel at the corner of San Jose Boulevard and San Jose Place. That is 9925 San Jose Blvd.

A 6,600-square-foot building is an inline extension to the center at 9961 San Jose Blvd. facing San Jose Place.

EnVision Design + Engineering LLC is the consulting engineer.

In July, President Ben Hakimian said the outparcel will be a specialty retailer.

He said the existing 57,331-square-foot shopping center will remain while a 3,114-square-foot medical building would be demolished.

Development notes

  • Florida Cracker Kitchen applied for a Certificate of Use at 14379 Beach Blvd. in Pablo Station. Owner Blair Hensley said he can start training and set a soft opening upon receiving the certificate. He hopes to open the first of the year.
  • Site plans are in review for Family Dollar at Old Middleburg and Fouraker roads. The 8,320-square-foot building is planned on 3.21 acres.

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