Ring Power Buys 21.6 Acres at Pecan Park Road for $42k/Acre, Plus HomeGoods, Baptist Health and Vistakon
Ring Power, the heavy equipment Caterpillar dealer, has bought a 21.6-acre tract adjacent to its existing operations off Pecan Park Road and I-95 which it plans for an eventual expansion, paying some $900k or $42k/acre.
Also, HomeGoods will backfill the dark Circuit City store at OakLeaf Town Center. A renovation buildout permit is in process for about $35/SF.
Also, Baptist Health plans to open its previously announced emergency center at St Johns Town Center by next summer and Johnson & Johnson/Vistakon is renovating and expanding again, recently pulling a $5.5M construction permit on top of the $4M waste plastic expansion facility and a $1.4M interior alteration in the works.
Posted on July 10, 2015, in Development, JAX Daily Record, Land, Shopping Centers/Retailers and tagged baptist, caterpillar, circuit city, homegoods, Karen Brune Mathis, oakleaf, ring power, sjtc, vistakon. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.