Nocatee, the large improvement that straddles the Duval-St. Johns line, already has lots of facilities. But extra are within the works:
Nocatee Spray Park shall be a four-story playground with water spraying over all of the climbing and sliding areas. It will embrace a big deck, meals courtroom and bar. It’s anticipated to open for summer time 2018.
To present for the group’s expansive and rising vary of leisure and actions, a big outside space south of the Nocatee Swim Club might be developed to host occasions held presently on the Town Center, such because the Nocatee Farmers Market, festivals like Roscolusa, and drive-in films.
The new occasion subject, twice the dimensions of the prevailing one, might be developed to host occasions such because the farmers market now held on the Town Center. It will embrace a brand new stage for live shows and expanded parking. It’s anticipated to open subsequent summer time.
The 14,000-acre group has been ranked because the third-fastest-selling deliberate group within the nation for greater than a yr. As of Thursday, 5,072 houses have been bought there, together with virtually 1,000 this yr. Its eventual capability is within the 10,000-12,000 vary.
Clay County’s Department of Economic and Development Services is contemplating a proposal to tear down the prevailing workplace and store at 1701 Blanding Blvd., which might get replaced by new company workplaces of Vallencourt Construction Co.
I get questions
A reader requested about 7175 Blanding Blvd., the place the Solid Gold strip membership was torn down lately. It’s going to get replaced by — another Solid Gold. According to permits, the previous constructing was four,000 sq. ft and the brand new one can be 7,000. There’s no indication about what number of further poles that may permit.
Another reader requested about all of the tennis courts and clearing happening alongside Atlantic Boulevard close to Glynlea Road. Episcopal High School owns 28 acres there and is popping it into the Knight Sports Complex, with tennis courts, extra fields, and so on. A spokeswoman for Episcopal stated the varsity now has extra 60 sports activities groups and it simply doesn’t have sufficient room on its principal campus a 1½ miles west on Atlantic.
11250 Baptist Health Drive, build-out for Baptist Health Living Center, $116,132, 1,064 sq. ft, Auld &White Constructors.
1301 Riverplace Blvd., build-out for 5Loaves 2Fish Cafe, $228,701, 5,400 sq. ft, River City Contractors. The house owners of 5Loaves 2Fish meals truck are opening a restaurant in Riverplace Tower.
601 Riverside Ave., modifications to entrance of Black Knight Financial Services, two permits, $138,859 and $143,321, 1,000 sq. ft, Fickling Construction.
10503 San Jose Blvd., renovate former Walgreens right into a St. Vincent’s facility, $three,226,019, Batson-Cook Co. The hospital is opening three standalone facilities with pressing care, main care, imaging, lab providers and specialty care.
11236 Baptist Health Drive, build-out for Baptist Health Heart Clinic, $395,600, four,460 sq. ft, Ault &White Constructors.
5180 Greenland Road, changing single-family house to temple, $50,000, four,268 sq. ft, executed by property proprietor.
8968 103rd St., build-out for II Saints restaurant, $53,553, 1,180 sq. ft, Watson Home Improvement.
8501 Westside Industrial Drive, tenant build-out for Parallon, $473,130, 29,762 sq. ft, Dav Lin Interior Contractors.
4520 Town Center Parkway, tenant build-out for Aspen Dental, $265,767, three,500 sq. ft, Paulon Construction Management.
421 W. Church St., substitute Metro Lofts storefront, $34,500, 2,553 sq. ft, Duckworth Construction.
13901 Sutton Park Drive S., inside renovation at Triad Financial Services, $281,343, 17,783 sq. ft, Tenant Contractors.
1561-1575 Acken Drive, eight new townhomes in Kendall Pointe, $134,040 every, Dream Finders Homes.
4961 Toproyal Lane, new single-family residence on a 1-acre riverfront lot off University Boulevard North, $1,063,022, 6,410 sq. ft, Marcus Allen Homes.
1077 Baldwin-Maxville Road, alterations to McDonald’s, $24,000, Stansell Properties &Development.
11018 Old St. Augustine Road, tenant build-out for Java Haus espresso and board recreation café, $100,000, three,171 sq. ft, Ticon Commercial.
1185 Lane Ave. S., changing enterprise to church, $100.
436 and 44 Park St., demolition of two buildings to make room for brand spanking new Gate retailer and fuel station, $50,000, Realco Recycling. The retailer itself continues to be within the allowing stage.
12226 Carrbridge Drive, new two-story residence, $1,240,490, eight,969 sq. ft, Inspired Housing. The 1.5-acre lot in Glen Kernan bought for $1 million in 2009.
6007 New Kings Road, tenant build-out for Shores Liquor, $80,000, 1,763 sq. ft, Conserve LLC.
9831 Beach Blvd., tenant build-out for Fun Zone, $18,500, 1,400 sq. ft, Prism Design and Construction.
14866 Old St. Augustine Road, tenant build-out for Planet Smoothie, $100,000, 1,200 sq. ft, Cecil R. Holloway General Contractors.
5611 Norwood Ave., alterations to Onyx Restaurant, $25,000, Covenant Contractors.
4500 San Pablo Road S., lab build-out on second flooring of Birdsall Building at Mayo Clinic, $639,580, 2,291 sq. ft, Auld &White Constructors.
Ocean View 160 LLC of Jacksonville paid $2.7 million for the nine-unit Wave Crest condo constructing at 120 Fourth Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. It was inbuilt 1938 and final bought for $196,000 in 1993.
Oro Ansley LLC/ Oro Capital Advisers of Los Angeles paid $14,175,000 for Ansley at Harts Road flats, 11011 Harts Road, off Dunn Avenue in North Jacksonville. The 225-unit complicated was inbuilt 1988 and final bought for $6,750,000 in 2012.