35. Mary L. Singleton Senior Center
The Mary L. Singleton Senior Center at 150 East 1st Street in Springfield is currently closed for renovations and upgrades.
For more information: https://www.news4jax.com/news/2019/05/06/mary-singleton-senior-center-to-temporarily-close-for-renovations/
36. Dancy Terrace
Save Dancy LLC. continues to restore Dancy Terrace’s 24 historic bungalow houses. Dancy Terrace is located just east of Main Street between 9th and 10th Streets.
37. Dr. Horace Drew Mansion
245 West 3rd ST LLC. is in the process of restoring the Dr. Horace Drew mansion overlooking Klutho Park at 245 West 3rd Street.
38. Icecapade Frozen Treats
An artisan ice pop vendor on Pearl Street is in the process of building out a storefront at 1833 North Pearl Street.
39. 1637 Main Street
1637 Main Street LLC is in the process of restoring a 9,600 square foot mixed-use building at 1637 Main Street. Located near the intersection of 7th & Main, the renovation project will result in nine apartments and three ground floor retail spaces.
40. Main & Six Brewing
The Main & Six Brewing Company is in the process of doubling the size of its Main Street operation through the acquisition of an adjacent storefront. Plans for the 3,500 square foot space at 1632 Main Street include the development of a rooftop bar, event space and tap room.
For more information: https://www.bizjournals.com/jacksonville/news/2019/09/06/rooftop-bar-slated-for-main-street-as-craft.html
41. Reddi Arts
After being located at 1037 Hendricks Avenue for 47 years, new owner Kelly McCormick plans to relocate the popular arts store to 1731 Main Street in Springfield. The 7,170 square foot space in Springfield was once occupied by F.W. Woolworth’s.
For more information: https://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/article/its-going-to-be-the-same-reddi-arts-people-know-and-love
42. Bad Axe Throwing
The world’s biggest urban axe throwing club is headed to Springfield’s Main Street. Toronto-based Bad Axe Throwing plans to open its second location in Florida in a building originally constructed in 1945 and once occupied by Towers Hardware. Also licensed to serve wine, craft and domestic beer, the entertainment venue should open in early 2020 at 1719 Main Street.
For more information: https://badaxethrowing.com/jacksonville-axe-throwing-bar-2020/