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Jax Daily Record Tuesday, Jul. 26, 202206:20 PM EST

TSG Realty buys San Marco Square building leased to Fore Score

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The Jacksonville investment company paid $2.9 million for the structure, which the newly opened sports-themed venue will continue leasing.

TSG Realty said July 26 it bought the San Marco Square building leased to Fore Score Golf Tavern for $2.9 million.

The Jacksonville real estate company said it bought the 4,270-square-foot building at 1407 Atlantic Blvd. that Fore Score will occupy under a long-term lease.

Property Manager Pamela Howard said TSG Realty bought the property from England Allen Holdings LLC.

Howard said Dan Jackson and Mitch Hunt of SouthState Bank financed the transaction.

“We bought it because we think San Marco Square is one of the best locations in Jacksonville and we wanted to add to our holdings there,” Howard said.

“The area is iconic and is poised to get even better with Publix opening soon,” she said.

Publix Super Markets Inc. said it will open Aug. 11 in the near East San Marco shopping center.

Fore Score Golf Tavern LLC is led by Daniel and Kerrie Hileman and partners Timothy and Kasey McInnis, Industry West founders Jordan and Anne England, and real estate investor and developer Andy Allen.

Fore Score, an interactive venue with food, drinks and sports simulators, opened last week.

Allen said the group is “happy to have a long-term lease in place for Jacksonville’s newest and hottest restaurant and bar.”

In February 2017, England Allen Holdings LLC paid $904,000 for the San Marco Square building, which formerly was Stellers Gallery, and renovated it.

Jordan and Anne England moved their Industry West e-commerce furniture ventured into the space in 2018.

They and Allen, CEO of Corner Lot, bought the building.

The Englands, Allen and Corner Lot COO George Leone, through ALE Kings Holdings LLC, then bought a three-story, 13,500-square-foot historic building at 1001 Kings Ave. on July 6, 2021.

They are renovating it for Industry West and other offices.

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