Grand opening for Publix at Island Walk will be held Thursday, Oct. 29
Permits issued in Palm Coast for Oct. 15-21.
| 4:00 p.m. October 26, 2015
Palm Coast Observer
According to Palm Coast’s Business Assistance Center, the following companies were issued tax receipts for Oct. 16-22:
Florida Autism Center is a school at 515 Palm Coast Parkway.
St. Joes Bakery is a bakery at 230 St. Joe Plaza. The restaurant will be 750 square feet.
Palm Coast Landing is an apartment complex at 465 Landing Blvd.
QE Team LLC is a vehicle repair facility at 77 Hargrove Grade.
Home-based businesses: Coastal Screening Inc., screen repair; Full Time Construction LLC, building contractor; Morgan Hurd, pet sitter; FPD Construction LLC, fence installation, paving contractor; Anna Tossel, janitorial service; Accurate Appliance Service LLC, appliance repair; Care Right There, homemaker and companion service; Palm Coast Delivery Factory LLC, unclassified personal service.
PALM COAST PERMITS
The old Publix building will soon be occupied by Hobby Lobby. The old Publix location will close its doors permanently at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28. The new store will open to the public at 7 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. The store will offer the traditional products of meat, produce, dairy and frozen foods. The following departments will also be offered: pharmacy, bakery, deli, floral and fresh seafood. The store will be 53,785 square feet and will have 160 employees. Normal operational hours will be7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday.
“We are pleased to support our loyal customers and the community by investing in their new Publix,” said Dwaine Stevens, media and community relations manager for Publix. “In which we will continue to provide an exemplary customer shopping experience along with superior products they have grown accustomed to.”
The Publix Corporation had $30.6 billion in sales in 2014. Publix is privately owned and operated by 178,000 employees. Publix has 1,106 stores in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and North Carolina.
The following is an update for permit activity in the city for Oct. 15-21. Total number of all permits issued: 144. Since 2009, $782,568,507 million in construction dollars have been invested in Palm Coast.
Commercial permit applications
Slone Construction applied for a $1,100 application for Europa Bar renovations at 101 Palm Harbor Parkway, Units A101-102.
Commercial permits issued
Dakenna Development Inc. was issued a $206,000 permit for Moe's Southwest Grill renovations at Island Walk, 250 Palm Coast Parkway NE. The restaurant will have 20 tables to seat 72 people. Moe’s Southwest Grill restaurant will be 2,440 square feet.
Southeast General Contractors was issued a $38,000 permit for Bank of America Parking lot renovations at 4850 Belle Terre Parkway.
Hawkins Construction was issued a $23,625 permit for Metro Diner renovations at 250 Palm Coast Parkway NE. Renovations include placing walls into 3,436 square feet of delineated space.
Residential permits issued
Charles Rinek Construction was issued a $324,000 permit for a single-family residence at 419 Bourganville Drive.
Angela Raymond was issued a $249,000 permit for an alteration at 44 Felwood Lane.
East Coast Building was issued a $74,000 permit for an addition at 1 Cardwell Court.
Outback Marine was issued a $18,000 permit for an addition at 86 Fenimore Lane.
By the Shore was issued a $17,000 permit for an addition at 57 Bannerwood Lane.
East Coast Aluminum was issued a $10,000 permit for an addition at 104 Bayside Drive.
Gabel and Lands Contractors was issued a $3,000 permit for alterations at 81 Buttonworth Drive.
A Certified Screen was issued a $1,000 permit for alterations at 147 Arena Lake Drive.
Beata Lysakowska was issued an occupancy permit for Massage Therapy at 4865 Palm Coast Parkway NW, Unit 1.
Galina Moloksher was issued an occupancy permit for Arttania LLC (furniture/accessories) at 19 Hargrove Grade, Unit C.
Cecilia Vicenco was issued an occupancy permit for Motherly Care Assisted Living at 5 Big Dipper Lane.
Certificate of occupancy
Gilbane Building Co. was issued a $5,112,000 certificate of occupancy for Palm Coast City Hall at 160 Lake Ave.
Taj Construction was issued a $120,000 certificate of occupancy for Dunkin Donuts at 9 Old Kings Road N., Suite 7.
ML Underwood Construction was issued a $2,000 certificate of occupancy for Palm Coast Autism Center at 515 Palm Coast Parkway SW, Units 20-21.