Publix requests permit to demolish, rebuild at Harbour Place

The supermarket company applied for the $5.42 million project at Atlantic and Hodges boulevards.


An artist's rendering of the Harbour Place Shopping Center Publix.
An artist's rendering of the Harbour Place Shopping Center Publix.
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Publix Super Markets Inc. is closer to razing and rebuilding its store in the Harbour Place Shopping Center near Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club as the grocer applied for a construction permit.

The city is reviewing a permit application and civil engineering plans for an almost $5.42 million project to demolish about 55,000 square feet of the existing grocery store and retail space and replace it with a 56,433-square-foot store.

Publix plans to demolish about 55,000 square feet of the existing grocery store and retail space to make way for the new grocery.
Publix plans to demolish about 55,000 square feet of the existing grocery store and retail space to make way for the new grocery.

Fisher and Associates of Clearwater is the agent. 

Campo Engineering Inc. of Tampa prepared the site construction plans for Publix Super Markets Inc.

Plans show the new store will have a seating area by the bakery and deli area planned to the left front corner of the store.

Campo Engineering filed civil engineering plans with the city Oct. 28 to remove the existing Publix and a metal building and build a new supermarket at 13170 Atlantic Blvd., at Atlantic and Hodges boulevards.

Publix bought the shopping center in 2016 through PSM Harbour Place LLC. The shopping center was built in 1990. 

Property records show Publix bought a site that comprises 109,472 square feet and a separate 3,861-square-foot bank on about 18 acres.

The supermarket chain has been developing, redeveloping and renovating stores across Northeast Florida.

Plans also are in review to demolish and replace the Publix store at 9964 Old Baymeadows Road in Deerwood Village in the Baymeadows area. It was built in 1974.