Urban Construction Update - September 2012

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A brief look at the status of various projects under construction in and around Downtown Jacksonville during the month of September 2012.


RIVERSIDE/AVONDALE

Derby on Park

Construction continues on Derby on Park in Five Points.  For more information: http://www.facebook.com/DerbyOnPark






1534 Oak Street

Construction of the building housing Black Sheep Restaurant is nearing completion.  Black Sheep's menu can be viewed here








Tijuana Flats Burrito Company

Work on the transformation of Sushi Cafe's former location into a Tijuana Flats Burrito Company is complete.  The new Tijuana Flats opened on September 24, 2012.




2216 Oak Street

Snap Fitness will be opening in this historic "streetcar" transit oriented development commercial building (constructed in 1923) at 2216 Oak Street.




Tres Leches Bakery Cafe

Tres Leches Bakery Cafe will be opening on October 1, 2012 in the former Bakery Moderne space on Stockton Street.  The restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner in addition to their famous desserts.




The Salty-Fig Southern Gastropub

The Salty Fig, A Southern Gastropub is expected to open at 901 King Street this fall.  Salty Fig will feature a bar, dining area and outdoor sidewalk seating.




Goozlepipe & Guttyworks

Sitework for King Street's Goozlepipe & Guttyworks restaurant continues.




Sweet Revolution Bakery

Sweet Revolution Bakery is going in at 1243 King Street.

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Katie Riehm says the name of her new Riverside area business, Sweet Revolution Baking Co., is a spin on her plan to take the craft to the next step of producing sweet treats with all-natural, allergy-free ingredients.

That means doughnuts, cupcakes, cookie sandwiches, muffins and breakfast items free of egg, dairy, soy and peanut ingredients. Many of the products also will be gluten-free.

Riehm calls her venture, which she will open at 1243 King St., “an alternative bakery.”

“It’s a whole new era of baked goods,” said Riehm, a 27-year-old Jacksonville native.




CoRK North

A third warehouse, north of Rosselle Street, is being converted into additional studio, gallery and entertainment space in the popular CoRK Arts District.




Pulp Juice Bar

Pulp is still in the process of moving forward with opening their second urban Jacksonville location at the Shops of Avondale.






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