New Vision/Direction for JAX Landing
The owners of Jacksonville Landing do get it: its about residential first and retail and services second for the nearly 30-year old retail/entertainment venue downtown. And they have unveiled a plan that includes 320 apartment units and 60k SF of retail, versus about 180k SF now. Residential and people living and staying downtown are the key. But against many locals’ wishes, it still involves the city paying at least some of the bill. Roger Bull and Christopher Hong of The Florida Times-Union have the story here.
Posted on August 25, 2014, in Development, Downtown, Hotel-Restaurant-Tourism and tagged Christopher Hong, city councilcouncil, Jacksonville Landing, Roger Bull, sleiman. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.