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  1. Skinner Bros. Realty to build boutique subdivision on the St. Johns RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    Skinner Bros. Realty Co. has scooped up four contiguous estate lots on the St. Johns River for a 21-home subdivision.

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  2. 'It was a wild and crazy ride': Bishop reflects on campaign, futureRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    Nestled in a booth a San Marco restaurant, it took less than two minutes for the first person to stop and offer him a few words. 'We got all these people to pay attention,' Bishop said.

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  3. Hotels score with hoops and spring break guestsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    According to data compiled by Smith Travel Research for Visit Jacksonville, compared to the same period in 2014, hotel occupancy was up by 10.6 percent, with an average of 77.3 percent of the available rooms occupied. Arlington lodging facilities were 84 percent occupied, followed by Northside and airport area hotels at 80 percent, Southside and Mandarin at 78 percent and Westside at 76 percent.

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  4. Nelson Mullins leases 41st floor at Bank of America TowerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Nunn is managing partner of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, which will be moving to the 41st floor of the 42-story Bank of America Tower at 50 N. Laura St., the city's tallest building. The firm will lease the entire floor of about 13,700 square feet in the Downtown high-rise.

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  5. Eight City Council races decided; eight advance to May 19 general electionRead the original story

    Wednesday | Financial News & Daily Record

    City Council candidate Anna Brosche said she had no idea what to expect in her first stab at political office. As it turns out, finishing in second place Tuesday in the At Large Group 1 race - and being in a May 19 general election - is nothing less than exhilarating, Brosche said.

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  6. Nonprofit news: Delores Barr Weaver Fund to match up to $100,000 for Ritz Chamber PlayersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Ritz Chamber Players received a donation from the Delores Barr Weaver Fund that came with a community challenge. Every $1 in new contributions through this year will be matched 100 percent, up to $100,000.

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  7. City notes: Jaguars President Mark Lamping receives five-year extensionRead the original story

    Wednesday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Lamping oversees all business operations for the Jaguars and has been president since arriving in Jacksonville in 2012. Since then, he's directed the team's front office restructure and led initiatives for increased fan engagement, ticket sales and branding.

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  8. Mike Hogan wins supervisor of elections raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Financial News & Daily Record

    Hogan's win by such a large margin comes in an election where thousands more Democrats than Republicans voted. But, Hogan said, he's always appealed to both parties and actually ran for City Council as a conservative Democrat.

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  9. Chicken Salad Chicken to open on Baymeadows, five others planned for JacksonvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Chicken Salad Chick, an Auburn, Ala.-based company launched in 2008, should open in Reedy Branch Commons after a renovation under review by the city. The Tallahassee store's menu features at least 15 chicken salads, from the original Classic Carol to Buffalo Barclay, Fruity Fran and Barbie-Q.

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  10. First round of interviews for DVI director finished, Round 2 for finalists may be next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The committee looking for a new Downtown Vision Inc. executive director concluded the first phase of interviews Monday after meeting the final three of seven candidates. Terry Lorince, executive director since 2001, resigned in January.

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  11. DIA narrows potential developers for Jacksonville Landing to three companiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Authority CEO Aundra Wallace and board member Doris Goldstein sifted through 14 responses that came from throughout the country. The three companies that will be interviewed are: * Cooper Carry, based in Atlanta.

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  12. Development today: Baptist Medical Center renovating several operating rooms at a cost of $1.27MRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The Daily Record will regularly provide updates about building permits and development plans filed with the city and other agencies. * Harrell and Harrell, 7045 Blanding Blvd., contractor is Paul Davis Restoration of North Florida, repair rotten framing on second floor exterior deck, $81,495.

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  13. $1.3M Baymeadows renovation names Fanatics as tenantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    The city is reviewing a building-permit application for a $1.34 million renovation of a two-story office structure at 8100 Nations Way for Fanatics. The company's headquarters search has been a topic in the real estate industry for some time, but it's not clear whether the Baymeadows location would be leased for that purpose.

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  14. A best friend and a summer break started new careerRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Rose Bock figured she would retire from her 30-year career in real estate in 2010 when her company, The St. Joe Co., relocated its headquarters to Panama City. 'When I was with St. Joe's, I couldn't help anybody else,' said Bock, the company's former vice president of sales.

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  15. Development todayRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 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.. * Tom Bush Volkswagen, 9850 Atlantic Blvd., contractor is Reeves Insulation, placement of temporary mobile unit to be used during renovation of existing building, $19,580.

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  16. Montgomery buys land for senior living centerRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Developer Mitch Montgomery paid $2 million last week for almost 17 acres off Gate Parkway West and Butler Boulevard for property he has envisioned for development of a Jacksonville senior-care and living community. Montgomery Land Co., through Banyanwood Senior Living JAX LLLP, bought the land Thursday from the William R. Cesery Revocable Trust.

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  17. Candidates raise big money in District 2 council raceRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Ballots in the City Council District 2 race won't be counted until March 24, but if campaign contributions are proportional to support, it could be a close election with a large turnout. Democrat Lisa King leads the cash contest with $121,117 in her coffers, followed by Al Ferraro, a Republican, with $100,534.

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  18. Work to start on $8M CNG facilityRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Financial News & Daily Record

    Clean Energy Fuels Corp. is gearing up to build a compressed natural gas fueling station at the Jacksonville Transportation Authority's Myrtle Avenue operations campus that will be used by new JTA buses and the public. JTA spokeswoman Leigh Ann Rassler said ground will be broken March 31 and the facility should be completed in November.

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  19. 3 newcomers seeking to replace Lumb in At-Large Group 5 raceRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Financial News & Daily Record

    With the City Council At-Large Group 5 race wide open, three newcomers running for public office are seeking the seat. The field includes two executives from the nonprofit sector and a former vice chair of the local Republican Party organization.

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  20. Stein Mart's biggest concern: weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Financial News & Daily Record

    As Stein Mart Inc. continues to report strong sales increases, it seems the company's biggest concern is the weather. During the company's quarterly conference call last week to discuss fiscal 2014 earnings, CEO Jay Stein said sales were off to a great start in fiscal 2015 before winter weather got in the way.

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