Development Updates

Block 9 Mixed-Use

Current Status: In Review
Trevato Development Group plans to build a seven-story, mixed-use development with 293 multifamily units, 7,000 SF of ground-floor retail space and 5,000 SF of coworking space. Investment: $100 million Status: In review

Broadstone River House

Current Status: Recently Completed
This six-story, 264 unit apartment complex offering studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. The complex consists of two residential buildings, one fronting the St. Johns River and another fronting Prudential Drive. Community amenities include a pool, courtyard, game areas, a social clubroom, billiards lounge, pet-grooming spa, and a health club that will feature yoga and spin studios as well as top-grade fitness equipment.

Brooklyn Park

Current Status: Under Construction
Brooklyn Park is located at the intersection of Jackson Street and Spruce Street in the Brooklyn neighborhood. It is directly across the street from the new Lofts at Brooklyn and adjacent to McCoys Creek. Brooklyn Park improvements will be included as part of the McCoys Creek Greenway project. Future improvements to the park, in tandem with the McCoys Creek restoration, include a kayak launch, pedestrian bridge, trails, and general park amenities. Currently, the park includes amenities such as a basketball court, a baseball field, benches, lighting and trash barrels.

Cathedral Commons

Current Status: In Review
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).

Central National Bank Building

Current Status: Approved
Augustine Development Group plans to renovate this building, originally built in 1927, at 404 North Julia Street and construct a new, eight-story apartment building with an attached eight-story parking deck. Plans call for the renovation of the former bank into the main lobby of the complex to include an additional 36 residential apartments within the historic structure and add a projected 5,769 square-feet of commercial/retail space on the ground floor, including 3,240 square-feet of leasable space projected to be occupied by a fitness center. The new construction proposes an eight-story residential apartment complex that will provide 103 apartments along with an eight-story parking deck which will provide an estimated 450 parking spaces. Investment: $53.54 million (renovation and new construction) 

Coastline Drive & Liberty Street

Current Status: Recently Completed
This project remediated the Liberty St Bridge, the Coastline Drive Bridge, the former county courthouse parking deck and part of the Northbank Riverwalk.

Daily’s Dash & Bold City Brewery

Current Status: Approved
A mixed-use building combining a Daily's Dash, fuel station and Bold City Brewery bar and restaurant. Dash is a fast-casual, cafe concept that offers a variety of fresh, wholesome, all-natural made-to-order breakfast and lunch sandwiches, salads, desserts and specialty coffee drinks, all made from the highest-quality ingredients. Bold City was the first craft brewery in Jacksonville with its initial location still in Riverside

Decca Live

Current Status: Under Construction
This project includes the redevelopment of a historic two-story building located in Downtown's City Center. Upon completion, the space will operate as a live music entertainment venue dubbed Decca Live and will include a rooftop bar.

Dedalus Wine Bar

Current Status: In Review
The proposed development involves renovating the former Liddy’s Machine Shop (approximately 10,000 square feet) to be occupied by a wine retail, cheese/charcuterie market, and wine bar (approximately 7,000 square feet). The remaining 3,000 square feet will be divided into two (2) compatible tenant spaces. The exterior areas will be redeveloped for outdoor dining, lawn space, and accessory parking.

Duval County Courthouse Lawn Art

Current Status: Approved
“These Truths, Voice of Jacksonville”, designed by sculptor Cliff Garten, will feature two flowing ribbons of stainless steel to frame the entrance to our Courthouse. Those ribbons will also have writings from the foundational texts of our democracy and five local poets and authors engraved on its surface. These words will be illuminated at night, telling our story as a community, and our continued push toward justice and equality. Through the addition of this monumental public art installation, the three-acre lawn of the Courthouse will be transformed into an active urban park reflective of the values of our community.