Retail Notes: Badcock & More to Durbin Creek; Tractor Supply to Southside, Bailey’s Gym to Oakleaf

Gym is taking part of former Bealls department store.

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St. Johns County is reviewing an application for Badcock Home Furniture & More in Durbin Creek Crossing at southwest Race Track Road and St. Johns Parkway.

The project is a 17,496-square-foot store on 1.4 acres.

The Ferber Co. is the developer of the 70-acre mixed-use Durbin Creek Crossing.

Tractor Supply in Southside

The city is reviewing civil engineering plans for the proposed Tractor Supply Co. store at northeast St. Johns Bluff Road South and Bahia Drive.

Hix Snedeker Companies LLC is the developer of the proposed 24,333-square-foot store on 8.27 acres.

The Jacksonville Planning Commission executed an order Oct. 22 for a zoning exception on the vacant site on behalf of landowner Pozin Six Children LLC to allow for outdoor storage for rental or sale of construction equipment.

Tractor Supply has six area locations.

Bailey’s Gym in Oakleaf

The city is reviewing a permit application for Bailey’s Health & Fitness at 8396 Merchants Way in the Oakleaf Station shopping center.

It will build-out in part of the former Bealls department store.

Y2K Construction is the contractor for the $700,000 project to renovate 36,667 square feet at Argyle Forest Boulevard and First Coast Expressway.