Publix company buys Harbour Place Shopping Center

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A Publix Super Markets Inc. company bought the Harbour Place Shopping Center it anchors at Atlantic and Hodges boulevards for $24 million.

PSM Harbour Place LLC bought the 103,522-square-foot center on Monday. The center, built in 1990, includes a standalone Wells Fargo Bank branch built in 1991.

The 18-acre site at 13170 Atlantic Blvd. was sold by Harbour Place S/C LLC, in care of Lat Purser & Associates Inc. in Charlotte, N.C. The LLC’s manager is Lat W. Purser III and the registered agent is Lat Purser Florida Inc. in Jacksonville.

Geneva Henderson, executive vice president of Lat Purser in Jacksonville, represented the seller.

Publix intends to renovate its store there. The city is reviewing a permit application for Elkins Construction LLC for the $850,000 construction project on the more than 50,000-square-foot supermarket.

A Publix representative was not immediately available for comment about the acquisition.

CVS Pharmacy, Jimmy Hula’s and Jerry’s Sports Grille also anchor the center.

Property records show the site carries a 2016 assessed value of $10.1 million.

Harbour Place is near Queen’s Harbour Yacht and Country Club.


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