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Jacksonville Daily Record 11/9/18

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Mandarin Walmart completes its remodel

Changes include grocery pickup service, store navigation and refreshed pharmacy

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by: Daily Record Staff
News

Bay Street buildings set to come down

With interior and site work underway, the city seeks the $8 million takedown of the annex and old courthouse.

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by: Karen Brune Mathis
News

UPS approved to install $77.5 million conveyor system

The project is part of a $196 million expansion at the shipping company’s Westside hub.

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by: Daily Record Staff
News

Restaurant notes: Culver’s files Middleburg plans; Panera building, remodeling

A new restaurant for M Hospitality; Murray’s Taco Bodega is replacing B Street Eats

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by: Karen Brune Mathis
News

Marah Brewing Co., Brewz targeting Riverside

The business owners cite the neighborhood’s culture as a reason for investment.

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by: Karen Brune Mathis
News

Study reveals why Jacksonville’s good for restaurants

Low payroll costs keep down expenses for restaurateurs, who could find even more opportunity in the Midwest.

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by: Mark Basch
News

Development Today

These are the largest commercial building permits by job cost issued Wednesday by the city of Jacksonville.

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by: Scott Sailer
Economic Development

St. Johns County Commission approves plans for Wawa

The developer will replace the Z-Best furniture store with a gas station and convenience store.

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by: Jay Schlichter
News

Land sold for Lofts at Baymeadows

Buyer Stratford Management wants to convert a closed hotel into 103 apartment units.

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by: David Cawton
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