Morgan & Morgan plans to relocate from downtown Jacksonville's VyStar tower to Riverside Ave.

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Morgan & Morgan is having the 11th and 12th floors of 501 Riverside Ave. renovated for its new offices.
Morgan & Morgan is having the 11th and 12th floors of 501 Riverside Ave. renovated for its new offices.

The Jacksonville offices of Morgan & Morgan law services are about to move. But they’ll still be in the city’s downtown area.

Morgan & Morgan will be leaving their offices at the VyStar Credit Union Tower on Laura Street to enter new offices in Brooklyn. The law firm received permit approval from Jacksonville building officials to renovate the 11th and 12th floors of existing space at 501 Riverside Ave.

The cost will run about $834,000, according to the filings. Opus Group is the contractor.

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The business that provides protection for gutters on homes and commercial structures is adding a new building at 2190 S. St. Johns Bluff Road, according to the recently approved city permit.

It will be 23,580 square feet on 1.62 acres and cost $2.3 million, according to the permit. Bradley’s Construction Enterprises Inc. is the contractor.

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The Haskell Co. is the contractor, and the project is expected to be completed in 2024.

Additional building permits

1511 Zoo Parkway, Unit 200, construction of a steel storage building at Imeson Park South, 547,200 square feet, $25.9 million. The Conlan co.

4500 S. San Pablo Road, renovation and the addition of a cafe in the Davis Building of the Mayo Clinic of Jacksonville, $5.6 million. Auld & White Constructors LLC.

4345 N. Perimeter Industrial Parkway, Unit 105, tenant buildout of Pods building, 45,150 square feet, $721,574. Adams Interior Contractors Inc.

4600 Touchton Road, subdividing the second floor of the building for Trailer Bridge, $639,420. Tenant Contractors Inc.

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1767 S. St. Johns Bluff Road, new commercial greenhouse for TSC Jacksonville, 5,600 square feet, $613,000. Fulcrum Construction Group LLC.

4866 Big Island Drive, Unit 2, management office improvements at the Markets at Town Center shopping center, $350,000. Thomas Construction Consulting Services.

10230 Atlantic Blvd., Unit 11, expansion of Dollar General store into the vacant space next to it, $266,412. Singleton Construction LLC.

4549 Southside Blvd., Unit 102, tenant buildout for the U.S. Air National Guard, $200,000. Bahri Construction Inc.

12528 Yellow Buff Road, Unit 1, buildout of two suites at the North Point Village Shopping Center, $187,000. International Management Co.

This article originally appeared on Florida Times-Union: Morgan & Morgan plans move from Jacksonville's VyStar tower