St. Vincent’s HealthCare continues to open new health centers. Permits have been issued for facilities at 858 Monument Road in Arlington and 6488 103rd St. on the Westside.
The centers will include urgent, primary and specialty care, along with imaging and lab services.
St. Vincent’s opened its first center last year in Mandarin, followed by one in St. Johns County. The tentative schedule for others:
Monument Road — August
103rd Street — September
Gate Parkway — October
Northside — no date
The permits for Monument and 103rd are for $3.2 million each. Batson-Cook Co. has the contracts.
St. Vincent’s plans to have 10 centers in the area.
The Hourglass Pub &Coffee House may be closing, but a new tenant has already been lined up for that spot on Bay Street. Charles Mann, co-owner of the building at 345 E. Bay St., said that John Farah has signed a lease for the spot with plans to put in a package store.
If that doesn’t go through for some reason, he said, he’s got others interested in opening another club there.
Now that the first Aldi in Orange Park opened Thursday, the next one will be on Atlantic Boulevard just east of Southside. Construction is already underway on the Aldi going into the former Bed Bath &Beyond space in the CB Square shopping center. The company said it’s expected to open sometime this summer.
The third one to open this year will be in Mandarin, in the San Jose Plaza, which is anchored by Bonefish Grill. No date has been set for that.
4720 Town Crossing Drive, interior renovation to Panera Bread Café, $171,000, 4,989 square feet, Footprint Acquisition.
14530 Cherry Lake Drive E., splash pad for Bartram Springs, $135,000, Western Aquatic Construction.
1036 Dunn Ave., interior remodeling of Juicy Seafood restaurant, $120,000, 6,400 square feet, NIALVI LLC.
651 Commerce Center Drive, tenant buildout for Church of Eleven 22, $750,000, Bradley Bowen Construction. The quickly growing church opened its Arlington campus last week in the Southside Commons shopping center, anchored by Bealls.
Emsley Circle, Rain Lily Street and Crispin Cove Drive, seven new homes in Bartram Park Preserve, $85,050-$148,700 each, Mattamy Homes.
1301 Monument Road, interior renovation Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute, $76,642, Fickling Construction.
10210 San Jose Blvd., ADA restroom for Benjamin Moore paint store, $55,550, Coastal Contracting of Northeast Florida.
417 Magnolia St., renovation of building at May and Magnolia streets, $800,000, 6,942 square feet, Danis Construction. Burlock and Barrel Distillery is planned for that site but is still going through the review process before final buildout permit.
11018 Old St. Augustine, expansion of Salento restaurant into adjacent space, $34,500, 2,542 square feet, Adesco Inc.
550 Water St., interior renovations to 13th floor of CSX, $380,908, 2,720 square feet, Duckworth Construction.
Sedoma Investors LLC of Neptune Beach paid $2.1 million for the 3,627-square-foot home on 2.14 acres at 4200 Ponte Vedra Blvd., Jacksonville Beach. It was built in 1970.
Bouali and Marielle Amoli paid $1,835,000 for the 6,260-square-foot riverfront home at 4607 Ortega Blvd. It was built in 1930 and last sold for $1.5 million in 2014.
Commack RMR LLC, affiliated with Rettner Realty of New Rochelle, N.Y., paid $13 million for the three strip shopping centers at 13920 Old St. Augustine Road and 12547 Bartram Park Blvd. They total 25,642 square feet and were built in 2015.
Broadstone Real Estate of Rochester, N.Y. paid $3,035,514 for the car wash at 8714 Atlantic Blvd. Zips Car Wash had paid $3,370,000 for it last year. It also paid $2,905,870 for the car wash at 9491 Baymeadows Road, which Zips had paid $2.5 million for last year.
George and Susan Gilliland paid $2,049,000 for the 5,346-square-foot home at 330 Country Club Lane, Atlantic Beach. It was built in 2013.
Lafayette Capstone Group DE LLC Series 1 of Orlando paid $2,450,000 for the 76-unit Almeda Apartments, 3801 Almeda St. They were built in 1969.
Store Master Funding of Scottsdale, Ariz., paid $5,031,000 for the Carvana dealership property at 4777 Lenoir Ave.
2415 3rd St. South LLC of Ponte Vedra Beach paid $5 million for the 27,732-square-foot shopping center at 2415 S. 3rd St., Jacksonville Beach. It was built in 1973 and last sold for $1,250,000 in 1992.
USA Quartz paid $1.8 million for the 61,955-square-foot building at 10 Van Dyck Road. It was built in 1972 and sold for $1.8 million in November.
Telescopia Investments LLC paid $1.6 million for the 2,300-square-foot beachfront home at 712 Ocean Front, Neptune Beach. It was built in 1938 and last sold for $1,425,000 in 2012.
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