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Jax Daily Record Friday, Jan. 11, 201905:10 AM EST

Retail notes: Publix to remodel at Deerwood Lake Parkway; Family Dollar plans West Jacksonville store

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Two Daily’s gas station and convenience store properties sold.

Publix Super Markets Inc. continues to remodel its stores.

It applied for a permit to renovate its 4320 Deerwood Lake Parkway location. Elkins Construction LLC is the contractor for the $905,000 project to remodel 44,271 square feet of space. The store was built in 2003.

Elkins also will renovate the 12620 Beach Blvd. Publix store, built in 1998, at a cost of $800,000. The city issued that permit Dec. 11.

Retail notes

Family Dollar intends to develop a store at 103rd Street and Magnolia Valley Drive in West Jacksonville. The 8,320-square-foot store is planned on 2.15 acres that now are vacant. The property owner is Ameris Bank, according to mobility fee calculation and concurrency reservation certificates. The city calculated a fee of $82,469 to mitigate the traffic impact. Nevin Engineering Services Inc. of St. Augustine is the civil engineer.

Dollar General is preparing to build at 8000 103rd St. Concept Construction is the contractor for the almost $309,000 project to build a 7,500-square-foot store and dumpster enclosure on almost 1.2 acres.

Gate Express Carwash is continuing plans for a 4,362-square-foot car wash on almost 1.4 acres at Beach Boulevard and Leon Road. BFC Property Holdings Inc., related to Gate Petroleum Co., is the developer. It bought the former Sandmark House clock store site at 10913 Beach Blvd. in May 2017.

• ​First Coast Energy L.L.P. sold two of its Daily’s gas station and convenience store properties to Motiva Enterprises LLC of Houston. First Coast Energy spokeswoman Andrea Kane said the transaction won’t affect the operations and they remain Daily’s stores with the Shell fuel brand. First Coast Energy will lease the sites. The San Marco area store built on 1.15 acres at 1916 Atlantic Blvd. was sold for $4.8 million. The Miramar store built on 1.04 acres at 3973 Hendricks Ave. was sold for $4.4 million. Both were sold Dec. 19 and built in 2016. Motiva is led by Aramco Financial Services Co., the North American subsidiary of Saudi Aramco.

 

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