Retail Notes: Gate remodel in review at Belfort; Sanctuary Medicinals to Beach Boulevard

Tempur-Pedic to St. Johns Town Center; Gate Carwash, O’Reilly Auto Parts take steps.

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The city is reviewing a permit application for Auld & White Constructors LLC to remodel and enlarge the Gate Petroleum Co. gas station and convenience store at 4120 Belfort Road at a cost of $2.7 million.

Plans show the 5,050-square-foot building will be expanded to 6,311 square feet.

The city also is reviewing an application for demolition of the car wash at the site.

Sanctuary Medicinals along Beach Boulevard

 The city issued mobility fee calculation and concurrency reservation certificates for Sanctuary Medicinals to remodel and expand the former ABC Liquors store on 1.557 acres to 7,386 square feet at 11450 Beach Blvd.

Sanctuary Medicinals will use 3,140 square feet and the rest will be for future retail use.

The city is reviewing a permit application for the estimated $700,000 project.

Tempur-Pedic at St. Johns Town Center

 The city approved a permit for H Pittman Enterprises Inc. to build-out space for Tempur-Pedic at 4663 River City Drive, No. 107, in St. Johns Town Center at a cost of $322,056.

Gate Carwash

 The city issued a permit for FLC Contracting LLC to build the Gate Express Carwash, pay kiosk and dumpster at 15765 Max Leggett Parkway at a cost of $300,000.

O’Reilly Auto Parts

O’Reilly Auto Parts applied for a permit to build a 12,427-square-foot addition to its 7,000-square-foot store at 4124 Emerson St