The city approved a permit June 21 for Publix Super Markets Inc. to demolish its store in the Harbour Place Shopping Center near Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club as the grocer prepares to replace it.
Fisher and Associates LLC of Clearwater is the contractor to demolish 54,976 square feet of grocery and retail space at 13170 Atlantic Blvd. at a cost of $100,000.
Publix plans to build a 56,433-square-foot store to replace it at an estimated cost of $7.11 million.
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 Inc. of Tampa prepared the site construction plans for Publix Super Markets Inc.
Campo filed civil engineering plans with the city Oct. 28 to remove the existing Publix and a metal building and build a new supermarket.
The shopping center was built in 1990 at Atlantic and Hodges boulevards.
Publix bought the shopping center in 2016 through PSM Harbour Place LLC.
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.