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Inside the J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Tower

After 18 months of construction, Baptist Health will welcome patients to the new $200-million, 11-story facility in December, expanding services offered by Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville and Wolfson Children's Hospital. Boasting 338,000 square feet of space, the J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver...

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220 Riverside Breaks Ground: A New Day For Brooklyn?

Does the ground breaking of 220 Riverside represent the beginning of an urban development boom in downtown's final frontier? With 220 Riverside now underway, here is a brief summary of 220 Riverside's groundbreaking and a look at additional proposed projects in Brooklyn.

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Five Points Village Plans Cause Concern

In June 2012, Five Points Village was partially destroyed by fire. Now Peter Sleiman's Retail Properties, Inc. is prepared to improve their strip mall and the community isn't happy about it.

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November Groundbreaking Scheduled For 220 Riverside

The long anticipated urban mixed-use multifamily development known as 220 Riverside is scheduled to break ground on November 13, 2012. Proposed by Hallmark Partners, MAA, and Bristol Development, the $37 million project includes 18,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and 294 residential units....

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Wayfaring Signage Proposed for Baptist Medical Center

In a continuing effort to upgrade and invest in its facilities, Baptist Medical Center is proposing to install wayfaring signage in and around its rapidly growing Southbank campus.

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A Closer Look At Riverside YMCA's Development Plans

Metro Jacksonville takes a look at the conceptual design plans for Brooklyn's proposed Riverside YMCA project.

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Urban Construction Update - October 2012

A brief look at the status of various projects under construction in and around Downtown Jacksonville during the month of October 2012.

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Appeal Filed Against Mellow Mushroom's Avondale Plans

An appeal has been filed in response to the City of Jacksonville Planning Commission's decision to approve Mellow Mushroom's request to allow sale and service of alcoholic beverages and outside service in conjunction with their proposed 198-seat Avondale restaurant. We Love Avondale, LLC feels that their...

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Retail-less parking garage to receive final approval

The Downtown Development Review Board Staff has decided to recommend final approval of Parador Partners' revised retail-less parking garage project for this afternoon's DDRB meeting. Here is a look at what will be constructed in the heart of the Northbank.

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JAXPORT as an Urban Growth Strategy

The Northeast Florida Center for Community Initiatives at University of North Florida's Department of Sociology and Anthropology provides the community with an analysis and assessment of social, economic, and environmental implications involved with expanding JAXPORT.

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