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  1. El Jefe could be next restaurant in Murray HillRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    Chef Scott Schwartz, owner of 29 South Restaurant in Fernandina Beach, intends to open a new concept in Murray Hill. El Jefe is heading to 947 Edgewood Ave. S. in Murray Hill, a rejuvenating Westside neighborhood that blends vacant buildings, established businesses and trendy hangouts.

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  2. Workspace: Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails co-owner is master juggler, creative leaderRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Try opening that local eatery at the St. Johns Town Center, an area crammed with dozens of national chain restaurants. Add the disruption of contractors handling punch-list items until early afternoon, then cleaning up as the staff is preparing for the dinner crowd.

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  3. Nonprofit news: Students win Upstream grants for social changeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Three student teams each won $10,000 grants to jump-start their ideas for social change Feb. 9 at the second annual Upstream Pitch Party. A partnership between United Way of Northeast Florida and local colleges, Upstream is a social innovation challenge in which young adults are paired with established young-professional leaders, according to a news release.

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  4. City notes: NFL Draft tickets up for grabs in EverBank Financial contestRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    EverBank Financial Corp. is giving fans a chance to win a trip to Philadelphia to attend the 2017 NFL Draft on April 27. The winner will receive two passes to the draft, round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations and ground transportation. The release said many fans will win gift cards for apparel for their favorite NFL team, including T-shirts, hats and jerseys.

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  5. Development todayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Daily Record will regularly provide updates about building permits and development plans filed with the city and other agencies. * Suited Jax Arcade, 4578 Blanding Blvd., contractor is Prism Design & Construction, build-out of 6,000 square feet, $65,600.

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  6. Beaches Medical Center Beaches considering $30M expansion of surgery centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Financial News & Daily Record

    According to Jarret Dreicer, assistant administrator of operations, the expansion would enlarge and upgrade operating rooms and more than double the size of pre- and post-operative areas. Dreicer also said it would provide a new and convenient Emergency Department entrance with a modernized and comfortable waiting room.

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  7. Fran Kinne: Staying active 'much easier'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Who better to share tips for healthy living than a former college chancellor who remains active on campus and in the community as she nears 100? Frances Bartlett Kinne, who reaches that landmark age May 23, is a long-time business and community leader in Jacksonville, and was the 'first' woman in many endeavors. 'We know and the studies show us that a smile not only helps the people you are looking at or talking to, it helps you,' she said.

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  8. More room nights, higher rates bump Duval County hotel revenue up nearly 15 percent in last quarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Jacksonville Grand Prix of the Seas will return to town June 3-5, with more spectator options this year. Visit Jacksonville's logo appears on one of the boats that competes in powerboat races around the world.

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  9. JCCI restructuring after over 40 years; Citizen Engagement Pact being announced WednesdayRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The nonprofit created in 1974 to study community issues and recommend change has evolved into a 'civic pact' that will be announced Wednesday. The Citizen Engagement Pact of Jacksonville was described in an email to Mayor Lenny Curry's Chief of Staff Kerri Stewart as an effort 'to ensure the values that foster a culture of civic engagement to improve the quality of life for all citizens will continue to be engrained in the Jacksonville and Northeast Florida community.'

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  10. JCCI evolving into Citizen Engagement PactRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 16 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The nonprofit created in 1974 to study community issues and recommend change has evolved into a 'civic pact' that will be announced Wednesday. The Citizen Engagement Pact of Jacksonville is described in an email Wednesday to Mayor Lenny Curry's Chief of Staff Kerri Stewart as an effort 'to ensure the values that foster a culture of civic engagement to improve the quality of life for all citizens will continue to be engrained in the Jacksonville and Northeast Florida community.'

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  11. LenderLive taking over PHH's Jacksonville operations centerRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 16 | Financial News & Daily Record

    PHH Corp. said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Wednesday it is turning over its Jacksonville operations center to another mortgage services company. Denver-based LenderLive Network LLC is assuming the lease on the office at 8800 Baymeadows Way W. and will hire 250 to 300 PHH employees at the site.

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  12. Jimmy Midyette shares ups and downs of emotional five-year journey to HRO victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Jimmy Midyette was one of the key leaders - both in public and behind the scenes - pushing to expand the city's human rights ordinance since 2012. The Jacksonville native and lawyer at the Luna Law Firm answered questions about rough times along the five-year path, respect for the principles of a couple of City Council members who opposed the legislation and what it felt like when the years-long fight ended with a victory.

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  13. All signs point to Jollibee's openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Signs, literally, are heralding the upcoming opening of Jollibee, the Philippines-based fast-food chain that is building-out at Atlantic and Kernan boulevards. The city approved 15 sign permits Tuesday for the chain at 11884 Atlantic Blvd., including 'Jollibee Home of the Famous Chickenjoy' and its bee logo.

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  14. Economic indicators in commercial real estate favorable for 2017Read the original story

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Retailers, restaurants, shopping centers, warehouses, apartments - especially apartments, it seems - and even some office buildings are coming out of the ground in Northeast Florida. In 2016, groundwork was laid for much of what you will see opened and operating by the end of this year.

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  15. Aldi store identified at Regency siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A site plan for CB Square at 9333 Atlantic Blvd., at northeast Atlantic and Southside boulevards, shows an Aldi grocery store next to the MattressFirm Superstore. That plan shows Aldi will operate in a 25,988-square-foot building.

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  16. Aldi identified at Regency siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Financial News & Daily Record

    A site plan for CB Square at 9333 Atlantic Blvd., at northeast Atlantic and Southside boulevards, shows an Aldi grocery store next to Mattress Firm. The plan is on the website for The Shopping Center Group, which represents the property.

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  17. Former Comcast site prepping for leaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Financial News & Daily Record

    With office space tight in Southside, owners of the former Comcast building in Southpoint are investing in the vacant structure to market it - starting with at least $1.7 million in property and exterior work. 'We're about to start some really cool improvements,' said Jason Isaacson, the founding partner and president of IP Capital Partners LLC. The almost 124,000-square-foot, single-story building offers about 118,000 square feet for lease to a single or multiple tenants.

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  18. Ronald McDonald House renovation includes learning center for patients and their siblingsRead the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | Financial News & Daily Record

    As challenging as it is for a sick child to undergo life-saving medical treatment in a city away from home, it's an added disruption for the patient and siblings to stay current on school work and remain involved in learning. Ronald McDonald House Jacksonville intends to help ease that burden in a third-phase renovation project expected to be completed by the end of March.

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  19. First Baptist Church closer to $10M Nocatee campusRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | Financial News & Daily Record

    First Baptist Church Jacksonville still awaits the $10 million in donations it needs to break ground, but it is taking a step toward a new campus in Nocatee. Judson Leverette, director of business administration for Downtown-based First Baptist, said leaders continue to work on architectural plans for First Baptist Church Nocatee.

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  20. Hines submits plans for 306-unit apartment complex in Gate Parkway projectRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 7 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Called 'Southside' on building plans, the Hines development group has submitted permit applications for its proposed 306-unit apartment community on almost 11 acres within its larger Gate Parkway development. The name could be changed as the development is branded, which Hines has said it intends to do.

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