St. Johns Town Center Phase II breaks ground

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Phase II, opening in late summer/early fall of 2007, will have 180,000 square feet of gross leasable area (GLA) and will include approximately 40 high-end retailers and four restaurants. Many of these retailers will have their only location in the Jacksonville market at St. Johns Town Center.

St. Johns Town Center is a joint venture between Simon Property  Group and Ben Carter Properties. It opened 100 percent leased in 2005. Retailers  reported record sales during the opening weekend and continue to do so.

St. Johns Town Center also comes with a full-time, on-site  populace of shoppers and diners—there are 450 condominiums located on the  property along with a 120-room hotel. Phase II plans include an additional hotel  and 500 luxury condominium units.

St. Johns Town Center: At a glance


Phase I totals 1,040,000 square feet of gross leasable area.  Phase II will add another

180,000 square feet.


• Dillard’s—240,000 square feet

• Barnes & Noble—25,000 square feet

• Dick’s Sporting Goods—75,000 square feet

• Shops and Restaurants—268,000 square feet



• Approximately 40 high-end retail shops

• Man Thai Fine Dining
 • Bricktop by Joe Ledbetter
 • Mitchell's Fish Market
 • The Capital Grille
 • Wasabi Japanese Steakhouse




Phase II Renderings










Site Plan





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