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Jax Daily Record Monday, Feb. 25, 201904:30 AM EST

The Pavilion at Durbin Park: Theater permit approved; 2 restaurants, store to build-out

Theater chain plans to open a 12-screen movie theater by the fall.

The St. Johns River Water Management District said it will grant a permit for development of the Cinemark theater at The Pavilion at Durbin Park.

Cinemark Holdings Inc. said in October it plans to open a 12-screen movie theater there by the fall. The company said the theater will feature Cinemark’s XD auditorium technology, 4K digital projection and RealD 3D capability.

All auditoriums will feature its “Luxury Loungers,” electric-powered, oversize recliners with footrests and cup holders.

Plans show an 85,000-square-foot complex with a 44,000-square-foot movie theater and six restaurant-retail buildings.

The Pavilion at Durbin Park is under development in northern St. Johns County.

More at The Pavilion at Durbin Park

• A $359,000 build-out of 3,400 square feet for CareSpot Urgent Care was approved at 70 Durbin Pavilion Drive, Suite 101

Keke’s Breakfast Café and Jana Japanese Steakhouse were approved for build-out. The $650,000 Keke’s build-out is for a 4,400-square-foot restaurant at 450 Durbin Pavilion Drive, Suite 106. The Jana project is a $226,611 build-out of 4,950 square feet at 480 Durbin Pavilion Drive, Suite 101.


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