31 January Nearly 300 apartments coming to Oakleaf Town Center area January 31, 2019 By Laura Pavlus News workforce housing, professional housing, apartments, high density housing 0 Jacksonville Business Journal - by Allison Colburn - Jan. 31, 2019 - read full article here Block One Ventures has purchased a site in southwest Jacksonville (Oakleaf) parcel to develop a 270 garden-style apartments. The Jacksonville-based company purchased the 14.44-acre land, which is located next to the Oakleaf Town Center at the corner of Argyle Forest Boulevard and Merchants Way, for $4.8 million, according to a deed recorded last week. Hutson Companies was the seller. ARA Newmark's Tyler Nilsson and Eric Bjornson brokered the deal. Block One develops apartment communities in northeast Florida. It was behind the development of The Point at Town Center, 5116 Gate Parkway N., The Reserve at Nocatee, under development in the master-planned community in St. Johns County, and the 240-unit Seaglass at Ponte Vedra Beach. Related Orange Park Medical Center Opens Level II Trauma Center Orange Park Medical Center opened its long-sought trauma center after receiving provisional status from the Florida Department of Health. For now, it’s the second trauma center serving the Northeast Florida region of Clay, Duval, Nassau, Baker and St. Johns counties. UF Health Jacksonville has a Level I trauma center serving the region. Proposed Cecil Commerce Center Distribution Center Could Bring 1,200 More Jobs to the Region A proposed distribution center for Jacksonville’s Cecil Commerce Center would be the latest in a string of recent successes for the city (Jacksonville) as it develops land at the former naval air station. Senior Living Apartments Coming to Middleburg Cassie Gardens, senior-living facility, will have 96 units in a three-story building that's net square footage will be roughly 70,000 square feet. The project will be located 534 College Drive, Middleburg, FL 32068 Jax Council Passes Major Economic Incentive Packages for Downtown, Industrial Development Four major economic development projects passed final legislative hurdle at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Two of those - Project Glass and Project Empire - could be the deciding factor in whether two companies decide to open distribution centers in west Jacksonville. The other two - the Jones Brothers Furniture Building and an eight-story apartment complex planned on the Southbank - could bring dozens of new residents downtown. Branan Field Medical Village is the New Hotspot Coming to Clay County A development off of Branan Field and Old Jennings Roads is shaping up to be the newest hotspot in Clay County, largely due to the First Coast Expressway. Amazon Confirms 2nd Jacksonville Fulfillment Center and 1K Additional Full-Time Jobs Amazon announced plans to open a second fulfillment center in Jacksonville, Florida today (Jan. 4, 2017). The facility will add more than 1,000 full-time jobs with benefits starting on day one. In the Sunshine State, Amazon currently employs more than 4,000 full-time employees. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.