Development Updates

Extra Space Storage

Current Status: Recently Completed
Located near the intersection of S Myrtle Ave and Forest St, Extra Space Storage serves Jacksonville residents near Brooklyn, Five Points, Mixon Town, Riverside, Lavilla, Downtown Jacksonville, and more. Locals will recognize our facility near I-95. With a variety of storage units, exceptional security, and climate-controlled storage, Extra Space Storage on S Myrtle Ave is the storage solution you can rely on in Jacksonville near Brooklyn! Storage Units to Fit Your Needs Our S Myrtle Ave storage facility offers units ranging from 5x5 to 10x30 with indoor access, first-floor access, and elevator access. No matter what you plan to store, we have the perfect space for you! With advanced security measures like 24-hour video surveillance and electronic gate access, you can store your valuable items with confidence at our Jacksonville storage facility! Protect sensitive items from Florida's extreme heat and humidity year-round in a climate-controlled unit. With climate control, your storage unit is kept between 55 and 80 degrees at all times. -Extended access hours are standard with 24/7 access available - ask site manager for details -Sturdy moving carts for heavy, bulky items -Multiple entrance gates -Elevators for easy access to upper levels -Se Habla Espanol -Wide-drive aisles to accommodate large moving trucks -Gate access on Sundays

Federal Reserve Building Adaptive Reuse

Current Status: Under Construction
The Federal Reserve Building was constructed in 1923, and is a National Historic Landmark Building. The building has been abandoned for approximately 40+ years and will follow NPS guidelines for historic renovations. JWB Real Estate Companies will convert the Federal Reserve building into a mixed-use development including restaurant, business, and banquet space, along with an exterior courtyard for outdoor dining. This historic redevelopment project is a recipient of the DIA's Downtown Preservation and Revitalization Program (DPRP). Learn more about the program here: http://dia.coj.net/DPRP. Investment: $7.6 Million

FIS Headquarters

Current Status: Recently Completed
In July 2019, global fin-tech leader, FIS acquired Worldpay, one of the world’s leading global eCommerce and payment technology companies, making FIS a $12 billion company with 55,000 employees. FIS has recently opened a new, 12-story, 300,000-square-foot headquarters to support its growth in the Brooklyn District. FIS will consolidate its current headquarters and local offices into the new headquarters and plans to hire an additional 500 employees by 2029, bringing its Jacksonville workforce to approximately 1,800 employees. Investment: $145 million

Florida Baptist Convention Building Adaptive Reuse

Current Status: Under Construction
The Baptist Convention building was constructed in 1924, by Jacksonville famed Architect Henry John Klutho, and is a National Historic Landmark Building. The building has been abandoned for approximately 40+ years and will follow NPS guidelines for historic renovations. JWB Real Estate Companies will convert the Baptist Convention Building to a mixed-use facility, comprised of two future mercantile suites, future restaurant spaces, and 24 studio and 1-bedroom apartments. This historic redevelopment project is a recipient of the DIA's Downtown Preservation and Revitalization Program (DPRP). Learn more about the program here: http://dia.coj.net/DPRP. Investment: $9.85 Million

Florida Blue Parking Garage

Current Status: Recently Completed
The recently completed Florida Blue parking garage will make parking available to the public after 6 p.m. weeknights and all day on weekends. Furthermore, the new development frees Florida Blue's riverfront surface lot at 323 Riverside Ave. for a new development: FIS Headquarters, which is slated to create 500 additional jobs.

FSCJ: Dormitory at 20West

Current Status: Recently Completed
Renovated to maintain the building’s historical character, the 58 apartment-style living spaces are positioned on the second through sixth floors. FSCJ student housing offers the modern, comfortable conveniences of home with a trendy, urban twist. Residents enjoy access to FSCJ’s Downtown Campus, dining and entertainment just steps from their front door.

Fuller Warren Bridge

Current Status: Under Construction
The Fuller Warren Bridge is a prestressed concrete girder bridge that carries Interstate 95 (I-95) across the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The Florida Department of Transportation is currently constructing a $126 million project to add traffic lanes and add a new shared-use path to the bridge for pedestrians and bicyclists connecting San Marco and Riverside neighborhoods. The 12-foot-wide shared-use path for pedestrians and cyclists will be on the south side of the bridge, separated from traffic by a fence. The railing will have artistic features developed with input from Riverside Avondale Preservation and the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. The bridge is available for using during construction and will have lane closures through the end of construction. The shared-use path is expected to be complete in the summer/fall of 2022.

Furchgott’s Building Adaptive Reuse

Current Status: Approved
This project will be an adaptive reuse of a historic building. The mixed-use development will include 40 one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as fitness facilities, ground-floor amenities and retail space. Investment: $18 Million

Greyhound Bus Station

Current Status: Recently Completed

Hart Bridge

Current Status: Under Construction
The Isaiah David Hart Bridge is a truss bridge that spans the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. It carries U.S. Route 1 Alternate and State Road 228. It is named after Isaiah Hart, the founder of Jacksonville. It was designed by Sverdrup & Parcel. The ramp is currently under construction but the bridge is open during construction.