Retail notes: Wawa, AutoZone, 7-Eleven and C&A Health Club take steps

City issues a mobility fee calculation certificate for Wawa in Arlington.

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The city issued a mobility fee calculation certificate for Wawa at northeast University Boulevard and Arlington Road.

The 5,636-square-foot gas station and convenience store is planned on 1.9 acres where several vacant buildings are fenced off. A previous mobility fee certificate expired Aug. 13.

Wawa Florida LLC of Orlando bought the site in March.

EnVision Design + Engineering is the agent.

AutoZone to Bartram Market

St. Johns County issued a permit for AutoZone to build a 7,147-square-foot store at a cost of $731,500 at 300 Bartram Market Drive in Bartram Market.

7-Eleven to Mandarin

The St. Johns River Water Management District is reviewing an application for 7-Eleven to build a 3,454-square-foot convenience store and gas station at 10560 Old St. Augustine Road in front of the Crossroads at Mandarin shopping center.

A closed Bank of America branch office would be demolished.

Creighton Construction & Development is the developer.

Common Oak Engineering LLC of Winter Park is the civil engineer.

C&A Health Club to Mandarin

The city is reviewing civil engineering plans for C&A Health Club at 14801 Mandarin Road.

The developer is C&A Health Club Element 26 Property Management LLC. The 7,848-square-foot facility is planned on 1.39 acres. Goodson Bergen and Associates is the civil engineer.

A single-family home on the site will be removed.



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