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These are the largest commercial building permits by job cost issued March 22, 2023, by the city of Jacksonville.

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Amusement Recreational

  • City of Jacksonville, 128 E. Forsyth St., contractor is Auld & White Constructors LLC, 900 square feet, Florida Theatre electrical room relocation and restroom upgrades, $1 million.
  • City of Jacksonville, 6602 Richardson Road, contractor is Playmore Recreational Products and Services, J. Gardner "Nip” Sams Memorial Park playground equipment replacement, $103,982.
  • City of Jacksonville, 3327 Lane Ave. N., contractor is Playmore Recreational Products and Services, James Fields Park playground equipment replacement, $62,687.


  • Concord Crossing, 7061 Old Kings Road S., contractor is PB Property Management Inc., window and door replacement, $27,000.

Church, Other Religious

  • Basilica of The Immaculate Conception, 121 E. Duval St., contractor is Bemar Services Inc., 678 square feet, interior renovation, $145,075.

Office, Bank, Professional

  • Cole, Scott & Kissane P.A., 4190 Belfort Road, No. 300, contractor is Tenant Contractors Inc., 10,522 square feet, tenant build-out, $581,843.
  • First Coast No More Homeless Pets, 464 Cassat Ave., contractor is HV Contracting LLC, 10,597 square feet, interior renovation, $111,585.
  • Spring Lake Business Center, 8647 Baypine Road, No. 204, contractor is Lighthouse Construction of North Florida LLC, 2,836 square feet, interior renovation, $45,850.
  • Truist Bank, 5258 Norwood Ave., No. 15, contractor is Auld & White Constructors LLC, add ATM, $30,000.


  • Pokemoto, 8060 Philips Highway, No. 207, contractor is Invision Construction LLC, renovation, $40,000.



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