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Jacksonville Daily Record: HomeSense preparing to build-out at Riverplace Shopping Center

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The city is reviewing a permit application for HomeSense to build-out at Riverplace Shopping Center in Mandarin at an estimated project cost of $1.5 million.

That cost could be adjusted during the review.

The store is shown on an aerial site plan by landlord Kimco Realty.

HomeSense is one of The TJX Companies Inc. off-price retail banners.

HomeSense opened its first Florida store in November in Sarasota. It now has two additional stores in Lake Mary and Port St. Lucie.

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. He posted the notice as a “New Tenant Alert.”

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