Holy Smokes, they seem to be flying over there. Everytime I drive by it seems like they’ve made huge milestones in the development. They are set to complete the project by April, so they are on the last few months until completion. In the same plaza will be a much needed Office Depot and much desired Dunkin Donuts.
Hopefully they’ll come in with $4/dozen prices like they have in Texas and help drive down the competition. $7.50 a dozen is crazy talk!
This past week the newest addition to the intersection of Back Beach and Beckrich Roads was complete. Part of the beautification and roadway marker efforts are to install these consistent corner decoration assemblies at major intersections on Back Beach Road.
The intersection of Beckrich and Back Beach Road is home to Home Depot, Chick Fil-A, and a million new banks and the future home of Publix, Office Depot and Dunkin Donuts, yay!
Cadi-corner to this an exact replica had been installed since the development of the business park adjoining to the Sprint/Nextel call center. The facade is beautiful and pleasing to look at.
With vertical up and sheetrock going in, the new Publix on Back Beach Road across from Home Depot in Panama City Beach will be complete by April and open by May.
Located at the intersection of Beckrich and Back Beach Roads, the new Publix will replace the old one currently located at Middle Beach Road and Beckrich where Sonic and PostNet are located. My sources tell me that they will lease out that commercial space as soon as it is vacated.
The design and architecture will be just like that seen at the other new Publix on Thomas Drive at Magnolia Beach Road, going into Bay Point. Featuring all new equipment, the employees are excited about the move.
In addition to a new Publix, this particular parcel will sprout an Office Depot as well as a Dunkin Donuts, finally.
Stay tuned for more updates.
15 acres of chopping, grubbing, clearing and sweat, Frank and Terry are just trying to stay cool. It isn’t working.
“All that black fencing? I put it all up by hand”, Frank said. “There wasn’t a machine to help.”
It all seems to be happening so fast, but then again, Pier Park was the same way. One year it was a huge dirt field, the next year it was a thriving mall with a constant flow of activity pumping through its retailers.
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New stuff is springing up all over the place. At the intersection of Bechrich and Back Beach Roads, in addition to the Home Depot, tons of other stuff is coming online, with much more, I’m sure, in the future.
Check out the video after the break.
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