Beaches Construction Update - February 2014

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Here's a look at a few new business openings and construction projects currently underway in the Jacksonville - Neptune - Atlantic Beaches area.




8. 228 3rd Avenue North



A commercial building is under construction at the intersection of 3rd Avenue North and Second Street North.



9. Graffiti Junktion



Graffiti Junktion, an Orlando 'gourmet craft burger' restaurant has signed a lease to open its first North Florida restaurant at 265 Fifth Avenue. The 160-seat restaurant is anticipated to be open before May 2014.

For more information: http://www.bizjournals.com/jacksonville/news/2014/02/06/graffiti-junktion-jacksonville-beach.html



10.  102 6th Avenue North



This 17,000 square foot retail center on the corner of 1st Street North and 6th Avenue North has recently been reconstructed. Delicomb Delicatessen & Espresso Bar will become one of the center's first tenants.

For more information: http://www.petramanagement.com/index.php/listings/town-center-sixt/ or http://www.delicomb.com/Delicomb.html







11. 814 1st Street North



18 residential condominiums are being built at 814 1st Street North.





12. Sea Chasers Restaurant



Sea Chasers Restaurant is under construction at 831 First Street North in Jacksonville Beach.




13. The Cottages at Jax Beach



Six beach-style single family homes ranging from 2,800 to 3,300 square feet are being built on 1st Street North, between  10th and 9th Avenue North.

For more information: http://cottagesatjaxbeach.com/views/





14. 107 14th Avenue North



Townhomes are being constructed at the intersection of 14th Avenue North and First Street North.



15. Town Center Restaurant/Retail/Office



Southcoast Beaches, LLC. is constructing a new mixed-use structure at 241 Atlantic Boulevard, in the Beaches Town Center. While the location anticipates restaurants, retail stores, and office space, no obvious business has been established yet.



Article by Kristen Pickrell


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