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  1. Firehouse Subs seeks space for new HQRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Jacksonville-based Firehouse Restaurant Group Inc., parent of the nationwide Firehouse Subs fast-casual chain of more than 900 restaurants, is looking for a new headquarters. The space should be large enough to accommodate company operations as it plans to add at least 1,000 more restaurants in the U.S. and internationally as part of a 10-year plan.

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  2. Workspace: A job of playing matchmakerRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Financial News & Daily Record

    After graduating from Wolfson High School and a stint working logistics at the 1984 Summer Olympics in California, Durand-Stuebben returned to Jacksonville to start her sales track. First there was the clothing sales job at Jarrod's at Regency Square Mall and then at its sister brand, Body Shop, also at Regency.

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  3. City Notes: UNF professor receives $500,000 grant to develop ROVRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Bill Dally, an associate professor in the School of Engineering at the University of North Florida, was awarded a grant for more than $500,000 by the National Science Foundation to develop an amphibious remotely operated vehicle for coastal research and education. Dally, a coastal engineer, will develop essentially an underwater surf rover, transforming the manner in which research, teaching and operational activities in coastal science and engineering are conducted.

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  4. Nonprofit News: School supplies donated by Main Street America GroupRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Daily Record invites the local nonprofit community to submit news, announcements, success stories and other information they believe would be of interest to our readers. Email to: [email protected]

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  5. Improving lives with garbageRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Earlier this year, Erik Batsford was living the dream: He had a successful career, happy marriage and no debt. And, he lives at the beach, for goodness sake.

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  6. Healthy Town gets development rights to Southbank siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Seven months after a developer came to terms on the purchase of the former Southside Generating Station site Downtown along the Southbank, the Downtown Investment Authority board Wednesday approved a resolution allocating development rights. That sets the stage for the city and Elements Development of Jacksonville to negotiate a development agreement for Healthy Town, a project proposed to combine residential, retail and office space on the 26.8-acre site.

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  7. How Jacques Klempf went from 'a little salesman' to big businessmanRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Hauling them in a little red wagon, 8-year-old Jacques Klempf sold eggs door-to-door in his 1960s Beauclerc neighborhood. She said the boy was prompt, pleasant, sweet and attentive to detail.

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  8. Workspace: Cathedral Arts Project connects students with culture, improves basic live skillsRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Nearly 125,000 students went back to school in Duval County this week. It's also the time when a local nonprofit is gearing up for a new year of education - but it's not about reading, writing and arithmetic.

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  9. What Ameris Bank will look like in the skyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Downtown Development Review Board is scheduled to vote on final approval Thursday for a special sign exception to hang the Ameris Bank signs on the north and south facades of the tower. Ameris Bank is moving its executive headquarters from Moultrie, Ga., into 35,000 square feet within the building at 1301 Riverplace Blvd. It will be the fourth name to headline the structure, which started as the Gulf Life Tower from 1967-91.

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  10. $9M in bonds sold to build Jacksonville International AirportRead the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A $9 million city general obligation bond issue, which would pay about one-third of the cost to build a new airport, was sold to Lehman Brothers and Associates of New York. The annual interest rate for the bonds was set at 3.2077 percent with a net interest cost to the city of $5.8 million over 30 years.

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  11. $1.3M 'refresh' pending for TD Auto FinanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Financial News & Daily Record

    TD Auto Finance, which had been looking for additional office space, has decided to renovate its existing space in the Deerwood North office park. The city is reviewing a building permit application for a $1.3 million renovation for TD Auto Finance's 28,635 square feet of space at 4600 Touchton Road E. TD Bank spokeswoman Jennifer Morneau confirmed Thursday that the company has renewed the lease for the TD Auto Finance operations and would renovate its existing space.

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  12. Citizens' Downtown site nears final phaseRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Citizens Property Insurance Corp.'s Downtown space is nearing completion so it can move about 1,000 employees to the core of the city. A third and final phase, valued at a construction cost of almost $2.6 million, is under city review for EverBank Center.

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  13. City Notes: Memorial Park group meets $20,000 Weaver challengeRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Memorial Park Association has met the $20,000 challenge issued by the Delores Barr Weaver Restoration Challenge Grant campaign fund. The campaign was launched in early June after the fund offered to match $20,000 raised specifically for restoration of the park's facilities, including the entry gate and the fencing along Riverside Avenue.

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  14. Nonprofit News: Highlighting Jacksonville's Philanthropic CommunityRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Daily Record invites the local nonprofit community to submit news, announcements, success stories and other information they believe would be of interest to our readers. Email to: [email protected]

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  15. Development todayRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Daily Record will regularly provide updates about building permits and development plans filed with the city and other agencies. * First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, 124 W. Ashley St., contractor is Perry-McCall Construction, interior renovation to 71,688 square feet, $2,000,000.

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  16. Sheriff: More police officers and Jacksonville Journey key to fighting crimeRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The sheriff said having 40 more police officers in the budget being considered by City Council is a step in the right direction to make Jacksonville a safer place to live. Williams cited 2011, when Jacksonville experienced the lowest level of crime - particularly violent crime - in 40 years with nearly 150 more officers on the street than today.

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  17. Realtor likes 'seeing development breathe life into old communities'Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 18 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Amanda Searle as a high school student would hang out with her friends in Tampa's Ybor City neighborhood before it was redeveloped. Being the daughter of Tampa's city planner would give her a bird's-eye view of its eventual transformation - from a district filled with old Cuban cigar factories, bars and restaurants into a tourist destination.

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  18. 50 years ago: Plan announced for construction of Regency Square MallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A plan for construction of Jacksonville's first enclosed shopping mall was announced by developers and owners Joan and Martin Stein. In selecting tenants for the center, which would be the largest enclosed mall in Florida, Stein said his goal was to get a cross section of established Jacksonville retail and service businesses.

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  19. White Oak files to expand golf courseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | Financial News & Daily Record

    White Oak, the more than 10,000-acre wildlife conservation center in far north Florida, wants to expand its golf course. White Oak Conservation Holdings LLC applied to the St. Johns River Water Management District on July 30 to expand an existing golf course by 18 holes.

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  20. One of New York's 'most powerful and secretive real estate families'...Read the original story

    Friday Aug 14 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A well-funded New York real estate company has scooped up three Jacksonville apartments complexes for a combined price of nearly $20 million. Meyer and Joseph Chetrit of New York's Chetrit Group are both officers of the purchasing company, CF Florida Owner LLC. The Real Deal calls the Chetrit brothers one of New York's 'most powerful and secretive real estate families.'

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