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

Local tie helps Wakefield Beasley & Associates win Landing redesign job

Fri., Apr. 24, 2015

Tie goes to the home team. That was the ruling Thursday that secured Wakefield Beasley & Associates with top billing as the group that will redesign the Jacksonville Landing.

New JTA bus routes attracting more riders

Fri., Apr. 24, 2015

When the Jacksonville Transportation Authority implemented the Route Optimization Initiative, the smart money was anticipating at least a small decrease in ridership.

Gulliford pension bill makes key changes

Fri., Apr. 24, 2015

Court cases, bill rejections and measures being introduced have dominated public safety-related pension plans in recent weeks. Now, there's another option.

One Spark success Pratt Guys' grand opening worth the wait

Fri., Apr. 24, 2015

It took much longer than they expected -- including participating in a couple of One Spark festivals -- but the Pratt Guys are finally ready to open their showroom.

Mayor Alvin Brown asked for study of anti-discrimination laws after realizing issue's importance to residents

Fri., Apr. 24, 2015

Mayor Alvin Brown's decision to have city lawyers study anti-discrimination laws and best practices came after a recent realization the issue was important to residents. "Over the course of the last several months, it became abundantly clear that people want action to set the city up to know how to handle discrimination," said Brown's campaign spokesman, Yianni Varonis.

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

The Town Center a decade later

Wed., Mar. 11, 2015

From the beginning, Ben Carter envisioned Nordstrom as part of St. Johns Town Center. But then the project was hit by downturns from the Sept. 11 attacks and the recession. Months before the mall's 10th anniversary, Nordstrom finally moved in.

Drones can help Realtors sell homes

Wed., Mar. 11, 2015

The view is better from up high. It's what makes tourists climb lighthouse towers and airplane passengers choose window seats.

Is Amelia National ready to volley?

Wed., Mar. 11, 2015

Timing is everything. In Nassau County, a place where the housing recovery so far has lagged, at least one builder is betting on a turning of the tide.

Developer roundup

Wed., Mar. 11, 2015

Anglers Cove, Bakers Cove, The Bluffs at Plummers Cove, Coastal Cove, RiverBend

A best friend and a summer break started career

Wed., Mar. 11, 2015

Rose Bock figured she would retire from her 30-year career in real estate in 2010 when her company, The St. Joe Co., relocated its headquarters to Panama City.