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At Bailey, we pride ourselves in building long term relationships that create profitable solutions for you. Whether it's publishing Jacksonville's official business and legal daily newspaper, solving your every printing need, or connecting realtors and builders to developments in Northeast Florida, you can depend on the Bailey family. Our job is to be your partner. With Bailey by your side, we can make you better.

Jacksonville Financial News and Daily Record

Development today

Fri., Apr. 29, 2016

The Daily Record will regularly provide updates about building permits and development plans filed with the city and other agencies.

Groups ask federal court to sanction U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown and her attorneys for fighting new district

Fri., Apr. 29, 2016

Groups that successfully challenged the constitutionality of Florida's congressional districts are asking a federal court to sanction U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown and her attorneys because of a continuing legal fight.

Century of relics from historic Bostwick Building donated to Museum of Science and History

Fri., Apr. 29, 2016

Jacques Klempf and his daughter, Alexandria, tethered themselves to a lift to help recover what's likely the drafting table of Henry Klutho, famed Jacksonville architect.

San Marco, Southbank apartment projects about to pop

Fri., Apr. 29, 2016

San Marco and the Southbank are edging closer to a transformation of two high-profile sites that will amp up how the popular area will live and shop. Completion is projected for 2018, adding more than 500 luxury apartments to the neighborhoods.

Artist is working on inflated sculpture that will float above Hemming Park

Fri., Apr. 29, 2016

Imagine a puffy white cloud floating above Downtown, dotted with hearts, flowers and symbols of ancient icons and rituals. If you're at Hemming Park in about nine weeks, you won't have to imagine it -- you'll see it.

Bailey Printing & Design. Your partner in printing.

Large Format Printing

Helping you win business is why we are in business. So we invested in large format presses to help you make lasting impressions with eye-catching banners, presentation graphics, posters, oversized photos, or materials for trade show booths.

Digital Offset Printing

Everything we do is geared towards offering the best possible service at the lowest possible price. Whether projects are as small as 3 x 5 inches or as large as 11 x 17 inches, our team can help you deliver a professional look.

Conventional Printing

DPI is here to assist you in every step. We can give you as much or as little help as you need. From concept design of postcards, to custom envelopes and attention-grabbing stationary. DPI provides you a flexible printing process with a variety of sizes and applications.

Digital Printing & Copy Services

You’ve got a last minute presentation you can’t miss. Don’t panic. DPI offers high-quality black & white and color printing using the latest digital technology, which allows us to fulfill even the most complex jobs with short turnarounds.

Realty/Builder Connection

Breaking into new territory

Thu., Apr. 14, 2016

Mikyla Hall doesn't see a lot of barriers ahead of her. Twenty years old and a first-year carpenter, she crawls under houses to install floor joists, cuts lumber with a power miter saw and is learning blower door testing.

Former banker bridges gaps in Realtors' finances

Thu., Apr. 14, 2016

Restaurants, gift stores, trucking companies and even builders can apply for a line of credit to keep their businesses running when receivables hit a dead zone.

Jax homeowners file in KB Home stucco settlement

Thu., Apr. 14, 2016

More than 100 Jacksonville-area homeowners filed claims in the month following a KB Home settlement with the Florida Attorney General's Office over improperly installed stucco.

Realtors say most clients are referrals

Thu., Apr. 14, 2016

For most real estate professionals, their referral network is the strongest source of new clients.

Finding saving grace in remodelers group

Thu., Apr. 14, 2016

It's been almost three years since Robin Harris had a roof that didn't leak.