Palm Coast Real Estate News Clips November 18, 2011

Panera Bread building permit issued. Gas station at Publix (old Albertson’s) is sold.

Palm Coast, FL – November 18, 2011 – Just when some people thought Panera Bread’s plans to build a new bakery-café in Palm Coast’s Town Center had gone stale, the company finally pulled its building permit today. It also paid the City of Palm Coast $62,648.07 for permitting and impact fees. The most significant of the fees was the $60,694.28 transportation impact fee. Panera is building on SR 100 near the Hilton Garden Inn. A company spokesperson told a reader that the company hoped to be open in March. The stated job value for the 4,111 square foot building in $992,086. Schmid Construction, of Clermont, is the general contractor.

A separate site development permit was also issued today for the Panera site. The stated job value for that work is $213,000. Permitting fees totaled $2,225, payable to the city.
Gas Station Sold
The gas station at Publix (the old Albertson’s) has been sold. DBR Lease Exchange, of New Jersey, sold the property to Gold Diesel International LLC, of Florida, for $1,050,000. The transaction closed on November 4th.
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