50. Corner Lot Development Group
Work in underway on a project to convert the former Dan Stroble Printing, Inc. building into an office for the Corner Lot Development Group at 1611 Atlantic Blvd.
For more information: https://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/article/the-mathis-report-corner-lot-development-moving-hq-closer-to-san-marco-square
51. 1230 Hendricks Avenue
The former Florida Baptist Convention property at 1230 Hendricks Avenue is in the process of being demolished. Plans call for the site to become the home of a 345 unit, multi-story luxury apartment complex with 5,500-square-feet of ground-level retail and restaurant space with outdoor seating along Hendricks Avenue. Additional amenities include a seven-level, 526 space parking garage, rooftop terrace and bar.
For more information: https://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/article/hendricks-apartments-at-former-florida-baptist-convention-property-continue-in-review
52. Liberty Storage
Orlando-based Liberty Storage Jacksonville San Marco, LLLP is in the process of nearing completion a $9 million, three-story, 110,000-square-foot self-storage facility at 1820 Kings Avenue. In addition, an existing retail storefront along Kings Avenue has been renovated into an office for the storage facility.
For more information: https://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/article/second-self-storage-facility-san-marco
53. The Posting House
Posting House LLC. plans to open The Posting House as a pub that will serve beer and wine in the building that dates back to 1945. Conceptual plans indicate the 1,600-square-foot pub would include up to 99 interior seats and additional covered outdoor seating along Hendricks Avenue. Intended to offer a contrasting low-key activity to the higher-traffic food and beverage venues presently operating in nearby San Marco Square, The Posting House could open in summer 2019.
For more information: https://www.thejaxsonmag.com/article/english-themed-neighborhood-pub-planned-for-san-marco/
54. 1639 Atlantic Boulevard
Work is underway on a project to convert and existing structure at 1639 Atlantic Boulevard into a mixed-use development. Rubin Companies plans originally included retrofitting the first floor of the 7,500-square-foot building into a restaurant and the second floor into office space. However, currently Advanced Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery will lease 3,900 square feet on the first floor.
For more information: https://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/article/advanced-dermatology-and-cosmetic-surgery-moving-to-san-marco
55. Pure Barre
A Pure Barre studio will be opening soon at 1615 Hendricks Ave #101. Offering classes that target strength, cardio and flexibility for people of all levels, Pure Barre is the largest, most established barre franchise with more than 500 studios across the country.
56. Union Hall
Jacksonville-based developer Ashco is in the process of expanding the San Marco Train Station complex along Hendricks Avenue. Named Union Hall, the latest project will include a 900-square-foot restaurant and 3,000-square-feet of space for additional tenants along Naldo Avenue.
For more information: https://news.wjct.org/post/san-marco-train-station-expanding-union-hall-project
57. San Marco Promenade
Construction continues on the $42 million first phase of Chance Properties’ San Marco Promenade. On the site of a failed 2008 redevelopment project, San Marco Promenade’s first phase will include 284 apartments and 10,000 square feet of retail on a 17.3-acre site along Philips Highway between Mitchell Avenue and River Oaks Road. A second phase at a future date could possibly bring the total number units at San Marco Promenade up to 650.
For more information: https://www.thejaxsonmag.com/article/philips-highway-the-urban-cores-next-hotspot/
58. San Marco Crossing
The clearing of property continues in preparation for the development of San Marco Crossing. Located along Kings Avenue between Olevia Street and Mitchell Avenue, the Chance Properties project consists of the redevelopment of a 6.8 acre-site to include up to 330 market-rate apartments and eight two-story townhomes.
Medical marijuana provider AltMed is bringing its MüV brand of dispensaries to Jacksonville. Pending regulatory approvals, Jacksonville’s next medical marijuana dispensary will open in San Marco in June 2019. The neighborhood’s first dispensary will be the first step in an ambitious expansion for AltMed, which operates dispensaries under the MüV brand in Tampa, Apollo Beach, Sarasota and Wellington. Its future plans include a dispensary in Jacksonville Beach, to open later this summer. In San Marco, MüV is renovating a 1,500 square foot space in Unit 5 of a commercial building at 1550 Hendricks Avenue. The opening is targeted for June 7th.
For more information: https://www.thejaxsonmag.com/article/medical-pot-dispensaries-coming-to-san-marco-jax-beach/