Fuqua Development

  • Fuqua and Regency Plans Shopping Center on $3M Site it Purchased

    Fuqua Development and Regency Centers Corp. acquired a downtown plot of about two acres from Pope & Land Enterprise Inc. of Atlanta for $3.085 million. The former landlord acquired the Brooklyn site located at the intersection of Riverside Avenue and Jackson Street from a bank in late 2011. The partnership’s intention is to establish a grocer-anchored shopping center on the yet empty parcel.

    Jacksonville 01 November 2013 18:54

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