Winn-Dixie to open first standalone liquor store in Jacksonville
Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of Winn-Dixie supermarkets, intends to open its first independent liquor store Winn-Dixie just in time for Jacksonville residents to stock up on vacation.
Offering shelves stocked with beer, wine and distilled spirits, the planned 8,640 square foot liquor store will be located at 4472 Hendricks Ave. at Miramar Center.
Southeast officials this week confirmed the opening of the liquor store in the mall just south of historic San Marco.
âThis is the first stand-alone liquor store in SEG’s store footprint in the South East,â Joe Caldwell, director of corporate communications and government relations, said in a written statement to The Times- Union.
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Caldwell said the planned opening date has not been finalized.
“The liquor store will open later this year in sufficient time for customers to stock up on holiday essentials,” he said, noting that more information will be available. provided as details are finalized and the opening gets closer.
On Tuesday morning, a construction crew could be seen working inside the unit at the south end of the mall which includes the Players Grille sports bar, Toscana Little Italy, Open Road Bicycles, The UPS Store and CareSpot Express Healthcare , according to owner Sleiman Enterprises.
Currently, there are 10 Winn-Dixie Wine and Spirits stores in the Jacksonville area, including five in the city. All are adjacent to the company’s supermarkets.
A city building permit issued on June 16 estimated the cost of the project at $ 180,000. The store will have an occupancy limit of approximately 125, depending on the permit.
In addition to Winn-Dixies, Southeastern Grocers is the parent company of Fresco y MÃ¡s and Harveys Supermarket. The company is one of the largest conventional supermarkets in the United States, according to its website.
Southeastern has grocery stores, liquor stores and in-store drugstores in seven states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina.