Development Today: Portion of San Jose Boulevard Pep Boys converts to AutoZone

These are the largest commercial building permits by job cost issued May 18, 2023, by the city of Jacksonville.

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  • Ryan Oaks Apartments, 2678 St. Johns Bluff Road S., No. 201, contractor is All Weather Contractors Inc., alteration, $15,555.


  • Snyder’s-Lance Inc., 2700 Powers Ave., No. 5, contractor is Emerald C’s Development Inc., 1,563 square feet, tenant build-out, $206,195.
  • American EV, 1250 Imeson Park Blvd., No. 108, contractor is Lay Duckworth Construction Co., 3,036 square feet, tenant build-out, $120,000.


  • The Arbors, 12522 Russian Olive Road, contractor is Veteran Construction Solutions LLC, install mailbox kiosk, $77,011.


  • Reunion Rehab, 12645 Salina Drive, contractor is McNeill Signs Inc., five monument, wall, canopy and directional signs, $10,200.
  • Mechanism Coffee Roasters, 11526 Lake Mead Ave., contractor is Ash Signs Inc., wall sign, $10,000.
  • ATVS Scooters, JPS Jaguar Power Sports, Motorcycles & More, 4052 University Blvd. S., contractor is Shark Signs of NE FL Inc., three wall signs, $6,000.
  • Rental Office, Loading, 5340 Catoma St., contractor is Interstate Sign & Light Inc., three wall signs, $4,500.
  • Wendy’s, 10101 New Berlin Road, contractor is Outdoor Images Inc., wall sign, $2,800.

Stores, Mercantile

  • AutoZone, 9605 San Jose Blvd., contractor is HJB Construction Inc., 17,405 square feet, convert portion of former Pep Boys to AutoZone, $478,896.