Urban Construction Update - August 2017

August 31, 2017

Major construction projects have returned to the landscape of Jacksonville's urban core. Find out where (and more) as we take a brief look at the status of various developments under construction in and around Downtown Jacksonville during the month of August 2017.


42. Hogans Creek Greenway - Phase II

Work is underway on the extension of the Hogans Creek Greenway west of Liberty Street. When complete, this phase will extend the 12-foot shared use path from Liberty Street to 8th Street.

43. 348 East Third Street

Take 2 LLC is in the process of renovating a mixed use building at the intersection of 3rd & Walnut. The long abandoned 7,945-square-feet building was built in 1919.

TAKE-2's first PLACE:
The Historic Springfield neighborhood near downtown Jacksonville, FL is perfectly suited for a take-2. Our place - constructed in 1913 - anchors the corner of East 3rd Street and Walnut. The 2-story, 7,500 square-foot building has been mostly vacant for the past 20 years. Using the skilled and willing labor available through local recovery/reentry centers, this relevant piece of history is taking on new life.

For more information: https://www.take2jax.com/contact

44. 1101 North Main Street

1st & Main is in the process of being converted into a venue that will incorporate food, drinks and entertainment. Space is now available for lease.

For more information: http://www.moderncities.com/article/2016-nov-project-to-give-springfields-1st-main-a-makeover

45. The Cookbook Restaurant

Springfield resident Brandon Byers plans to open The Cookbook Restaurant at 1827 N. Pearl St. A recent Times-Union article states the restaurant will offer everything from burgers and fries to American soul food including shrimp and grits, and chicken and waffles. Interior improvements being made to the space include a dining room, lounge area and bar as well as a small stage for live entertainment.

For more information: http://jacksonville.com/town/2017-01-18/springfield-resident-bringing-new-eatery-neighborhood or https://www.facebook.com/TheCookbookRestaurant/

46. Pediatric Associates

Pediatric Associates will be opening a new medical office at 1714 North Main Street.

47. Main & Sixth Brewing Company

Son/daughter combo Dennis Espinosa and Cindy Lasky are in the process of opening the Main and Six Brewing Company at 1636 Main Street. The 3,488 square foot brewery will include the sale and service of beer, wine, cider and mead for on-site consumption within the building, as well as, the sale and service of beer, wine, cider and mead for off-site consumption and distribution.

For more information: http://www.moderncities.com/article/2016-sep-breweries-coming-to-springfield-but-are-they-legal/page/1

48. Dancy Terrace

Save Dancey LLC. plans to restore Dancy Terrace's 24 historic bungalow houses.  Dancy Terrace is located just east of Main Street between 9th and 10th Streets.

49. C.B. Dailey Villas (Eastside)

Construction continues on a 24-unit apartment building near the intersection of A. Philip Randolph Boulevard and 1st Street. The 3-story structure is being developed by Wealth Watchers, Inc., a Jacksonville-based non-profit.

For more information: http://jacksonville.com/news/metro/2014-12-15/story/new-apartments-east-jacksonville-will-be-named-honor-civil-rights-leader

50. Flour & Fig Bakehouse

Popular culinary proprietors Kurt and Allison D’Aurizio have signed a lease and will soon begin the buildout of Flour & Fig Bakehouse in the Historic Springfield neighborhood at 1715 Main Street. The 1,900 square foot space will have approximately 100 indoor and outdoor seats in a warm, casual atmosphere accentuated by exposed brick and creative lighting.

For more information: http://www.moderncities.com/article/2017-jun-fig-flour-bakehouse-coming-to-springfield

51. Southwest Quadrant of 7th & Market Streets

TerraWise Homes is in the process of constructing nine new single family residences at the intersection of 7th and Market Streets.

52. Springfield Restorations and New Construction

Every week, it appears that more restoration and residential infill projects are getting underway in Springfield.

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