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Palm Coast Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019 1 year ago

Culver's to build in Palm Coast Town Center

Also in Flagler County business news: Home Design Furniture, Tram's Cafe, A1A WiFi
by: Brian McMillan Executive Editor

Culver’s, a fast food restaurant known for burgers and frozen custard, has applied for a permit to build in Town Center, in an outparcel in front of TJ Maxx. The lot is just to the west of the entrance to the roundabout. 

The Culver's address will be 5284 State Road 100.

In other business news in Flagler County, based on press releases and government information:


Tram’s Cafe, new business in town

Another new restaurant coming to town, according to a recent Week in Review published by the city of Palm Coast, is Tram’s Cafe, located at 101 Palm Harbor Parkway.


Home Design donates movie tickets

Home Design Furniture teamed up with Sony Pictures Entertainment to provide free movie tickets on Aug. 17 to several organizations throughout Flagler County: Women Assisting Recovering Mothers, at the Vince Carter Sanctuary; to the residents of Hope House, a group boys home in Palm Coast; and to kids that were well behaved and involved in activities over the summer with the Flagler Sherriff’s Police Athletic League.

“We wanted to reward those kids that showed positive behavior,” said Jackie Nikzad, general manager of Home Design Furniture.

Home Design Furniture is also giving away a seven-piece bedroom set. Enter the contest at 85 Cypress Point Parkway, by 5 p.m. Aug. 31.


Trade WiFi access for customer info 

Stephen Burke and Nate Morris have launched A1A WiFi, a new high tech company in Flagler County that provides businesses the opportunity to collect their customers’ data in exchange for WiFi access.

It works by asking anyone who would use the WiFi for their email address, cell phone number, and name. Then the business can then send the individual information on specials, upcoming events and more.

“Our clients’ customer WiFi is no longer just a service they must provide, it is now an additional asset and marketing tool for their business,” Morris said.

Visit, or  call 904-615-6568.


Around town ...

  • Central Landings, a 10-building apartment complex, received a commercial permit in Town Center, for a $18 million. 
  • Charles Ehlert, Kathryn DePalma, Bill Nix, Jeanne Nix and Cynthia Duell have recently joined Realty Executives Oceanside at 235 Palm Coast Parkway NE, Suite B. Bruce Vinnick is the broker/owner.
  • Rose Luckett and Regina Kaminski have joined EXIT Realty First Choice.
  • All About the House Consignment received an occupancy permit at 201 Old Kings Road, Suite 600. Bob and Diana Hall

Brian McMillan has been editor of the Palm Coast Observer since it began in 2010. He was named the Journalist of the Year for weekly newspapers in North America by the Local Media Association in 2012. He lives in Palm Coast with his wife and five children. Email...

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