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Andrew Thurlow


Jacksonville, FL, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

The Armada FC uniforms pay tribute to fans, region and military

The Armada FC will pay tribute to their fans, region and military with a set of new uniforms for the fall 2015 and full 2016 seasons. → Read More

Jaguars' EverBank Field wins 'Premium Seat Award' at international business summit

The poolside cabanas at EverBank Field received international fame this month, winning the premium seat award at the 2015 Stadium Business Summit in Barcelona, Spain. → Read More

Sports merchandise startup Fanatics turns to Silicon Valley for CFO

Fanatics, the Florida-based online sports merchandise giant, named Lauren Cooks Levitan as the new chief financial officer. → Read More

Fanatics appoints Lauren Cooks Levitan as CFO in Silicon Valley

Fanatics, the Jacksonville-based online sports merchandise giant, today named Lauren Cooks Levitan as the new chief financial officer. → Read More

How the FIFA corruption scandal affects the NASL, Armada

By now the FIFA corruption scandal involving some the world’s leading soccer officials has reached a global scale, but whether those actions send aftershocks to corresponding organizations like Jacksonville Armada FC is now a local issue. → Read More

Tony Allegretti, executive director of the Cultural Council, resigns from Downtown Investment Authority

Tony Allegretti, executive director of the Cultural Council, recently resigned from the Downtown Investment Authority. → Read More

Love Brigade owner Alyssa Key in negotiations to purchase the former Pearl Club building in the historic Springfield district

Fashion designer and Jacksonville native Alyssa Key, owner of the successful Love Brigade clothing line in New York, is in negotiations to purchase the former Pearl Club building in the historic Springfield district. → Read More

Former NFL receiver Laveranues Coles' Nightclub plans delayed following design changes

Former NFL receiver Laveranues Coles’ plans for a Downtown nightclub in the 111-year-old building at 323-325 E. Bay St. are back in progress following some delays that resulted design changes. → Read More

Plans for The Jacksonville Landing to be discussed at public forum next week

A series of public and private meetings will take place next week to lay the groundwork for the redevelopment of The Jacksonville Landing. → Read More

Dream Finders Homes and the Jacksonville Jaguars have partnered to construct a two-story home in an NFL stadium

The Jacksonville homebuilder company Dream Finders Homes is building a 2,400 square foot home inside the gates of EverBank Field. The groundbreaking will take place June 11 inside Gate 4 at the Fan Entertainment Zone on the southeast corner of the stadium. → Read More

Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc. purchases University Center for $15.7 million

The Southside center is located at the southeast corner of West University and St. Augustine Road. Inland Private Capital Corporation bought the center, which is anchored by LA Fitness, from Ram Reality Services of Palm Beach Gardens. → Read More

Condo sales — including at Urban Partner Group's Portofino — rise as Mike Bugg re-enters the business under newest venture The Condo Group

Longtime real estate professional Michael Bugg is back in Jacksonville again with his newest business venture The Condo Group LLC, powered under the RE/Max WaterMarke platform. → Read More

Hertz Investment Group Announces Largest Acquisition in Company History with Southeast Portfolio Purchase

Hertz Investment Group, the company that purchased Jacksonville’s Bank of America Tower last year for $88 million, has acquired a portfolio of six Class A office buildings in the Southeast for $417.4 million, marking the largest acquisition in company history. → Read More

Jacksonville artist Shaun Thurston crystal murals to soon be blacked out by Chris Hionides

The building’s windows are decorated with Thurston’s crystal-themed artwork. The mural is one of several that adore various businesses in Jacksonville, including Chamblin’s and The Blind Rabbit. → Read More

One Enterprise Center foreclosed on

There is a $39.5 million balance on the 318,997 square-foot tower, which is owned by HUB OEC Properties LLC, according to a report by Trepp, a research company that provides data on the commercial real estate and banking industries. → Read More

Jacksonville awarded highly competitive brownfield grants by EPA

The funds include a $200,000 hazardous substances grant and a $200,000 petroleum grant that will be used to assess up to 18 sites. → Read More

NBA partners with Jacksonville's Fanatics to operate New York flagship store

The 25,000-square-foot store will span three floors and include a concierge service with private tours and 3,000-square-feet of event space for private parties, player appearances, autograph sessions and book signings. → Read More

Real estate industry must embrace change, according to global futurist

​Global Futurist Jack Uldrich set the tone of the fourth annual Urban Land Institute Florida summit with an opening session on trends that will transform the state's economy “sooner rather than later.” → Read More

How architectural firms are adapting to changes

​Industry professionals CEO Brian Reed of RS&H Inc. and Frank Mangin, SVP, AE practice leader at Haskell — the two largest architect firms in Jacksonville — discuss the changes in the industry and biggest challenges in today’s market. → Read More

Why Airbnb presents a threat – and an opportunity – for the city

​When Paul Astleford looks at Airbnb, he doesn’t see a trendy tech company. He sees a threat to Jacksonville’s bed tax revenue. → Read More