Suburban Density: Bartram Park

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It's the opposite of Riverside/Avondale and an urbanite's kryptonite. However, this development is designed to pack in 9,700 residential units and 2 million square feet of commercial/office space: Bartram Park

Bartram Park Photo Tour: Commercial/Retail/Office

At buildout, Bartram Park will feature two million square feet of commercial space.  For comparison's sake, the Jacksonville Landing is 125,000 square feet and the St. Johns Town Center offers around 1.1 million square feet of retail space.  Instead of serving as a walkable center for the community, land set aside for retail is located along its edges.

Bartram Village

Bartram Village is a commercial park slated for 125,000 square feet of commercial space and 300 hotel rooms centered around a lake.  Current businesses located in the village include Hampton Inn, Gate Petroleum and Zaxby's.

Bartram Office Park

The Bartram Office Park is designed to accommodate 126,540 square feet of office space.

Office park site plan courtesy of

The Shoppes at Bartram Park

Bartram Park's largest retail center is The Shoppes at Bartram Park. Coordinated with the opening of the Interstate 95/Old St. Augustine Road interchange, the retail center opened in 2004. Today, Publix and Kohl's anchor the 120,013 square foot center.

Brooks Rehabilitation Bartram Park

The Brooks Rehabilitation campus is one of the largest commercial developments currently under construction in Bartram Park.  In 2005, the hospital purchased 110 acres for the $35 million project. The first phase includes a 100-bed skilled nursing facility (Bartram Crossings), a 61-bed assisted living facility (Bartram Lakes) and two 12-bed memory care centers (THE GREEN HOUSE Residences).

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