Miller Electric Center

The Jacksonville Jaguars in partnership with the City, constructed a 125,000 SF center to house the Jacksonville Jaguars’ football operations and training facility with indoor practice field and outdoor grass fields with bleacher seating for 2,090 fans, and amenity area with concessions, public art and a pro shop.

Investment: $120 million
Status: Complete

New JEA Headquarters

The new 162,000 square-foot JEA headquarters includes a 657-space garage with 10,690 square feet of activated ground floor space. The office tower and parking garage, developed by Minneapolis-based Ryan Companies US Inc., sits on one city block, bounded by Adams, Monroe, Pearl and Julia streets adjacent to the Duval County Courthouse. JEA leases the building from Ryan Companies.

Investment: $72.2 million

Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center at LaVilla (JRTC)

The Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center at LaVilla, or JRTC, opened on Monday, May 4, 2020, and connects customers to Downtown Jacksonville from all areas of the city and the Northeast Florida region.

As Downtown Jacksonville’s main bus transfer facility, the JRTC at LaVilla brings together JTA bus routes, the First Coast Flyer, the Skyway, regional shuttles, rideshare, paratransit and other shared transportation in a modern and environmentally friendly facility.

Jackson Street Dock

The Jackson Street Dock is located Jackson between the Winston Family YMCA and the Haskell Parking Lot and accommodates both recreational boaters and the St. Johns River Taxi.

Capacity: 5 boats
Time Limitation: 72 hours maximum

Industry West HQ

The renovation of this 1912 building on the Southbank covers three floors with over 11,000 square feet of office. The first and second floor will be the headquarters of Industry West with the third floor being occupied by Breeze Homes.

Fuller Warren Bridge/Shared-Use Path

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 opened April 2023.

Forest Street/Alfred duPont Place Improvements

This project included the realignment of the Alfred dupont Place, Forest Street, and Riverside Ave intersection. Aligning the roadway and sidewalks now provides a direct route to Gefen Park and the Northbank Riverwalk. This project also supported the construction of the new FIS headquarters.

Florida Theatre Renovations

“The Florida Theatre is closing from July to October for the next round of renovations in its Centennial Campaign, which started in 2019 to prepare the historic venue for its 100th anniversary in 2027.

During the closure, the city-owned theater at 128 E. Forsyth St. Downtown will have all the decorative plaster in the auditorium repaired; the lobbies and auditorium will be painted; the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system will be replaced; the building’s electrical vault will be moved from the first to the third floor; and the public restrooms will be redesigned and renovated.” Jax Daily Record