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Jacksonville Daily Record: Homesense building-out at Riverplace Shopping Center

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The city issued a permit Sept. 13 for Homesense to build-out at Riverplace Shopping Center in Mandarin at a project cost of $2.14 million.

Kerricook Construction Inc. of LaGrange, Ohio, will remodel the 36,076-square-foot former Stein Mart store at 11111 San Jose Blvd.

Franklin Street Director Ricky Ostrofsky announced previously on LinkedIn that Homesense will lease the 36,000-square-foot space at 11111 San Jose Blvd., Suite 27. Ostrofsky is director of retail leasing for the Franklin Street commercial real estate company. 

The 265,300-square-foot Riverplace Shopping Center was built in 1989. It occupies 25.13 acres south of Interstate 295. Jacksonville-based Stein Mart closed its stores in October 2020 after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Aug. 12, 2020.

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