Located at Race Track Road, West Peyton Parkway and SR 9B near Bartram Park, the 80-acre, 644,440-square-foot Pavilion at Durbin Park will be anchored by bix box retailers Wal-mart and Home Depot. In addition when it opens in 2018, it will feature five outparcels, including Gate Petroleum and Chick-Fil-A, and 341,590-square-feet of retail space for junior anchors and specialty retailers. The first retail power center in North St. Johns County, it will serve an area with a 3.54% annual growth rate, with 54,600 residents spending an estimated $540 million annually on retail goods, within a five mile radius.

Phase II will follow the completion of the Pavilion at Durbin Park by 12-18 months and will include lifestyle retailers, restaurants, entertainment venues, and a Bass Pro Shops. To differentiate itself from other regional retail districts, a 3.5-acre interactive park will serve as the focal center point of Durbin Park’s second phase. Elements of the park will include a playground, water features, a merry-go-round and a temporary ice skating rink in the winter. Future phases of the development include an office park and additional retail east of I-95.

When fully built-out, Durbin Park will encompass 2.4 million-square-feet of retail, 2.8 million square feet of office, 999 units of multi-family, and a 350 key hotel on a 1,700 acre site featuring greenspace, bike trails and lakes.

“Unique to Northeast Florida, Durbin Park will be a distinct destination where individuals and families can live, work, shop and be entertained all within a park-like setting,” said John Peyton, president of Gate Petroleum Company. “GATE is proud to own, develop and manage numerous premier properties in North Florida including the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, Deerwood Park, Southpoint Office Park, Kendall Town Center and Deerwood Center. The Durbin Park development will bring long overdue amenities to one of the fastest growing counties in the country.”

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Article by Ennis Davis, AICP. Contact Ennis at edavis@moderncities.com</h1>