JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville's sprawling footprint means lots of drivers on the road every day -- and gas station companies are taking advantage of the growing market.
According to News4Jax news partner the Jacksonville Daily Record, several companies -- including Daily's and Wawa -- have filed plans for projects across the area.
Two Daily's stations are in review:
Kernan: First Coast Energy LLP applied for permits to build a Daily’s gas station and convenience store at 4986 Kernan Blvd. S. The Jacksonville-based company intends to build a 6,320-square-foot store, car wash and trash enclosure at a listed cost of $595,000 on 2.85 acres.
Mandarin: First Coast Energy LLP also was issued a mobility fee calculation certificate and conditional capacity availability statement to develop a Daily’s gas station and convenience store at 3044 Marbon Road and San Jose Boulevard. The 6,400-square-foot building, 24 gas pumps and a car wash are planned on 5.49 acres.
4 more Wawas on the way?
- Philips: Wawa was OK’d for construction in Southside at 5735 Philips Highway.
- Beach: Wawa also landed permits for a 6,119-square-foot store on 1.6 acres at 13363 Beach Blvd.
- Gate Parkway: Wawa applied for permits to build a store, gas canopy and dumpster enclosure at 7790 Gate Parkway at a cost of $1.1 million.
- St. Augustine: Wawa intends to build at 2498 U.S. 1 in St. Augustine.
For more on these developments and others coming from Circle K and Gate, go to JaxDailyRecord.com.