Stretching into northern St. Johns County, in three years, Jacksonville's fourth interstate highway will open to traffic, spurring additional development in what is already one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Here's a look at five major developments that will benefit from the accessibility this highway will offer.
4. Bartram Park
Covering 3,928-acres and permitted for 9,700 residential units, 1.3 million-square feet of commericial, 1.7 million-square feet of office and 300 hotel room, Bartram Park is already one of the largest developments on the Duval County/St. Johns County borderline. The extension of SR 9B into St. Johns County will greatly enhance the development potential of Bartram Park, along the Racetrack Road corridor. One major project already underway is Mattamy Homes' Bartram Park Preserve. When complete, this neighborhood will add nearly 600 single family detached homes to Bartram Park.