Walmart renovating San Pablo Neighborhood Market

The permit shows the retailer will spend $1.3 million to remodel the market.

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Walmart is investing $1.3 million into remodeling its Walmart Neighborhood Market store in San Pablo.

C.C. Borden Construction Inc. of Jacksonville is the contractor for the project in the Village Shoppes at San Pablo at 1650 San Pablo Road S.

Cuhaci Peterson of Orlando is the architect.

The project is a full-store remodel of the 48,514-square-foot market, which Walmart opened in November 2015. 

It took the space of a former Food Lion store that was built in 2002 and closed in 2012. 

The work includes cleaning and painting exterior surfaces and interior walls, painting and cleaning the pharmacy, remodeled floor tiles, cleaning and painting the entry and installing and replacing exterior signs.

The city also is reviewing a permit for the full remodel of the Walmart Neighborhood Market at 9550 Baymeadows Road in Baymeadows Commons.



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