9. One Riverside

Atlanta-based Fuqua Development is in the process of developing the $250 million One Riverside project in Brooklyn. The first phase of the 18.8-acre development will include a 43,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market grocery store, 11,000 square feet of retail space, 271 apartment units, structured parking and a riverfront restaurant. The second phase will include an additional 115 multifamily units, at least two riverfront or creekfront restaurants, 15,000 square feet of retail space and potentially a marina.

10. RISE Sports Town

Rise, a Valdosta-based development firm, is in the process of constructing a new eight-story, 247-unit mixed-use apartment development at 960 East Adams Street in the Sports and Entertainment District. Called RISE Sports Town, the $67 million development will include a 284-space parking garage, 4,875 square feet of ground floor retail space and additional roof top amenities. The project should be completed in 2023.

11. The Hendricks at San Marco

Corner Lot Development Group and Harbert Realty Services are in the process of developing The Hendricks at San Marco. Located on Hendricks Avenue adjacent to the new East San Marco Publix, with $21 million, 133-unit multifamily project will include a three-level parking garage and is anticipated to be completed in 2023.

12. The Jack on the Beach Apartments

Vertical construction is underway on The Jack on the Beach Apartments at 3428 Beach Boulevard in St. Nicholas. When completed, the Jacksonville-based Chance Partners project will add 295 multi-family units on the 9.96-acre former Southgate Plaza shopping center site.

13. The Station at San Marco

Construction continues on a $32 million urban, infill mixed-use development on the 3.3-acre former Florida Baptist Convention property in San Marco. Called The Station at San Marco, the five-story project is comprised of 345 multifamily units, parking garage and 5,000 square feet of ground-level retail space. Being developed by Block One Ventures and its affiliates, residential amenities will included an expansive fitness center, bike storage, pet spa, clubroom with gaming, lounging and remote work areas, pool courtyard, garden courtyard, and views across the river to downtown Jacksonville from the rooftop pool and sky lounge topping the sixth level of the seven-level, 526 stall parking garage. Completion is anticipated in 2023.

14. The Terraces at San Marco

Construction continues on a 27-unit town house community called The Terraces at San Marco. Bounded by Atlantic Boulevard, Arcadia Place, Minerva Avenue and Alford Place, the development by National homebuilder Toll Brothers will be comprised of five town house buildings with bungalow court style courtyards separating them.

15. Union Terminal Warehouse Company

At the time of its completion in 1913, the Union Terminal Warehouse Company was the largest commercial building to be constructed in Florida. Intended to be a catalyst for economic development and revitalization in the Eastside, when complete, the adaptive reuse project will include 228 apartment units, 20,233 square feet of community commercial space, 24,607 square feet of maker/artist studio space, and 4,205 square feet of restaurant and coffee shop space. The 330,000-square-foot warehouse was recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is Florida’s first Historic Tax Credit project in a Federal Opportunity Zone. In addition, the $72 million historic renovation is the state’s largest Historic Tax Credit project by square footage.

Article by Ennis Davis, AICP. Contact Ennis at edavis@moderncities.com