Adaptive Reuse: An Artists' Vision For The Landing

What could be accomplished with the Jacksonville Landing if the city left the door open for reusing the structure before demolishing it outright? This artist's rendering shows one innovative idea for the space that focuses on adaptive reuse and selective demolition while still providing riverfront greenspace. Read More

Lessons Learned As Berkman 2 Dream Goes Up In Smoke

If you don't know your urban redevelopment past you are doomed to repeat it. Here are five quick revitalization observations regarding the premature demise of a heavily incentivized proposal to convert the skeleton of Berkman 2 into a hotel and nearby contaminated property into an amusement park and parking garage. Read More

Brightline Finds Funds For Massive Florida Expansion

Formerly known as Brightline, Virgin Trains USA's potential footprint and reach throughout Florida continues to grow. Here's a look at where things are currently heading with the state's privately owned and operated intercity passenger rail system in 2019. Read More

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