While the plans are tentative, Champion Brands Inc. applied to the city to build an almost 36,000-square-foot office headquarters at its Southside campus. No contractor is listed for the one-story building on 6.02 acres at 5520 Florida Mining Blvd S. Horton, Harley & Carter Inc. of Tampa is the architect. A project cost is listed at $9 million. Champion Brands leadership declined comment pending bids, meaning that costs and design plans can change.
Jacksonville is offering a 200-acre Downtown riverfront site at no cost to Amazon.com for a live-work-and play campus “in the heart of our waterfront city.”JAXUSA Partnership showed a video Thursday that was submitted to the Seattle-based e-commerce retailer as part of Jacksonville’s presentation to land the company’s second headquarters. The site contains the Jacksonville Shipyards property between EverBank Field and the Daily’s Place amphitheater and the Downtown office district.
Gas station and convenience store Wawa Inc., which debuts in Northeast Florida on Wednesday with two stores, plans to open six more next year. The Pennsylvania-based chain then wants to open three to five a year on its way to 30-40 stores. As of Tuesday, 16 sites are under contract and contracts are out on six more. Opening Wednesday is 6787 Wilson Blvd. on the Westside and 678 Blanding Blvd. at Filmore Street in Orange Park. The stores open at 8 a.m. and will offer free coffee for 10 days.
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Selecting a term
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