August 12, 2022

Northeast Florida Roundup

Early childhood therapy advances in Northeast Florida

Amy Martinez | 1/25/2019

With a $1.24-million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the University of Florida is now creating a program to prepare more therapists to work with disabled infants and toddlers; United Parcel Service $196-million expansion at its distribution center at Jacksonville’s Westside Industrial Park increases from about 532,000 square feet to 908,000 square feet; Franklin, Tenn.-based Bristol Development Group plans to spend more than $60 million to develop Vista Brooklyn, a highrise apartment project in downtown Jacksonville.

Also featured in this article are business briefs and people in the news: INSPIRE; Christine Myers; Dr. Kent Thielen; Dr. Gianrico Farrugia; John Ives; Rayonier Advanced Materials; Aundra Wallace; Jim Overton; Mark VanLoh; Aaron Zahn

 

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