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Developer completes $40.9M buy of 3,000 acres in Daytona

The developer of the planned 10,000-home Avalon Park Daytona community north of Latitude Margaritaville on Tuesday completed his $40.9 million purchase of more than 3,000 acres. Developer Beat Kahli says he expects to break ground in 2021. DAYTONA BEACH — Developer Beat Kahli took a big step…

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Daytona Buc-ee’s is hiring, walls going up

The walls are going up for the highly anticipated Buc-ee’s gas station/travel convenience center next to the Interstate 95/LPGA Boulevard interchange in Daytona Beach. The 120-fuel pump station is on track to open in the second quarter of 2021 and will be the largest in…

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More Daytona development set for LPGA area

The development surge along Daytona’s LPGA corridor could soon become a flood. Projects are planned on both sides of Interstate 95 that could bring more shops, eateries, hotels, homes, apartments and possibly a movie theater. Not to mention a whole bunch more traffic. DAYTONA BEACH…

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Daytona’s First Baptist Church being toppled

The downtown Daytona Beach First Baptist Church is starting to come down. Demolition was in high gear Friday as the site is prepared to become the future home of apartments, a grocery store, restaurants and retail. DAYTONA BEACH — First Baptist Church is starting to look like…

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More retail coming to Daytona’s LPGA Boulevard

Site work has begun on three new retail projects just east of the Interstate-95/LPGA Boulevard interchange in Daytona Beach: a highly anticipated Buc-ee’s mega-sized gas station/travel convenience center, a new shopping center called Williamson Crossing, and a pair of new retail buildings at Tomoka Town…

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Site work underway for Daytona’s super-sized Buc-ee’s

Three months after its ground-breaking, site work has finally begun in earnest for the Buc-ee’s super-sized gas station/convenience store in Daytona Beach. When it opens in mid-2021, it will be the biggest gas station in Florida, able to have as many as 120 vehicles gas…

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