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Jax Daily Record Tuesday, Feb. 23, 202105:00 AM EST

Retail notes: Permit in review for San Marco building interior demolition

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Aldi adding solar; Dollar General to Atlantic Boulevard.

The city is reviewing a permit application for interior demolition at 1974 San Marco Blvd., which previously housed restaurants and bars.

The estimated $35,500 project involves 4,662 square feet of interior space and 570 square feet of outside space on two floors.

Sleiman Enterprises Chief Operating Officer Michael McNaughton said it was early landlord work “as we ramp up our marketing of the site.”

Aldi solar

The city issued a permit Feb. 10 for Aldi to install a rooftop photovoltaic solar system at its River City Marketplace store at 15324 Max Leggett Parkway in North Jacksonville at a cost of $101,600.

It is the second of two Aldi stores to install a system.

The city issued a permit Jan. 27 for the discount grocer to add a photovoltaic system to the roof of its store at 9445 Argyle Forest Blvd. in Southwest Jacksonville.

Design Electric Inc. of Naples is the contractor for both.

Dollar General to Atlantic Boulevard

 The city issued a mobility fee calculation certificate for Dollar General developer Concept Development LLC to build a 10,640-square-foot retail store on 1.2 acres at 8422 Atlantic Blvd., at Bowlan Street.

The fee is calculated at $77,264.

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