The Hardwick at Ford on Bay

The Hardwick at Ford on Bay proposes 323 multi-family units, a rooftop and amenity deck, retail space totaling 25,000-square-feet, two restaurants (one on the riverfront), 550-space parking garage with 125 retail spaces, $2.5 million in public open space, and eco-buffers including a tree canopy and green roofs as well as a  garden courtyard and waterfront park protect the building from storm surge increased by sea-level rising.

Investment: $140 Million

The Den

Plans call for a historic renovation of the 604 Hogan St. building and the 211 QAshley St. building to include: office/retail space, apartment commons, rooftop terrace, and 9 residnetial units. The project also includes two new 6-story apartment buildings comprised of 175 residential units and 89 at-grade parking spaces.

Cathedral Commons

This multi-family development includes 175 apartments across 18 3-story buildings in 5 different architectural styles (contemporary, gable, hip, mid-century, and modern styles).

American Lions Jax River View Plaza

This proposed riverfront development includes 332 multi-family units, a sky garden terrace with retail and park access (including a 7,500 square-foot restaurant and amenities such as a daycare), publicly-accessed food and beverage venue on the 44th floor with park and river views, a 1,500 square-foot Civic Stairs Cafe with indoor and outdoor seating, and a parking garage.

Investment: $176 Million

MOSH Genesis

MOSH plans to construct a new, 75,000 SF – 130,000 SF museum on the Shipyards property with offerings including a walk-through aquifer exhibit and a water quality bio-lab. The project also includes associated parking and a private outdoor exhibit space. Additionally, a publicly accessible Riverwalk and public park space will be designed by the Developer.

Investment: $85 Million

Lofts at Cathedral

The project, located in the Cathedral District, will be dubbed Lofts at Cathedral. Workforce housing downtown has become a staple of Vestcor’s work. The company’s Lofts at Monroe, Lofts at LaVilla, Lofts at Jefferson Station and Lofts at Brooklyn are some of the income-capped apartments it is supplying downtown and in surrounding neighborhoods, like Murray Hill.

Jones Brothers Furniture Co. Building

This project includes the adaptive reuse of the Jones Brothers Furniture Building into a mixed-use development including the residential lobby, and 29 residential apartments comprised of studio and 1-bedroom units. The building received Part 2 approval from State Historic Preservation Office and the National Park Service in 2020. Project also includes the consutrction of a new 8-story apartment building with attached 4-story parking deck. Residential building will include ground floor retail and 103 apartments.