Downtown Jacksonville

New York City Developers Propose Bjarke Ingles Group-Designed 44-Story Mixed-Use Skyscraper For Downtown Jacksonville’s Riverfront

American Lions LLC, a joint venture between New York City-based residential developers Fetner Properties and the Lions Group, have proposed to develop a 44-story residential building on the site of the Former Jacksonville Landing site in Downtown Jacksonville, beside the planned Perkins & Will-designed 7-acre park at Riverfront Plaza along Independent Drive West. The tower would rise 486-feet, which would be the third tallest in the city, and is designed by world-renown Danish architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). With an estimated price tag of $166.6 million, the development would bring 333 residential rental apartments along with an integrated parking garage for 330 vehicles, a 7,500-square-foot restaurant on the 43rd floor and a Skygarden Terrace with retail venues and direct access to the public park. American Lions LLC is the sole bidder in the Downtown Investment Authority’s (DIA) request for proposals for the site; plans for the BIG-designed tower were presented to a scoring committee of city officials on April 26, 2022. 

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PB Riverfront Unveils Conceptual Renderings For Jacksonville’s Second Tallest Tower

Conceptual renderings have been released for  40-story, 550-foot-tall mixed-use building planned for 500 Bay Street East along the Northbank in Downtown Jacksonville, the site of the recently demolished Berkman Plaza II. Designed by Jacksonville-based KBJ Architects, who has over 70 years sculpting the Downtown skyline, and developed by PB Riverfront Revitalization of Jacksonville LLC, the building is being proposed as the potential second tallest tower in Jacksonville and would yield approximately 469 residential units including 250 apartments, 219 condos for sale and 25,000 square feet of ground floor retail. PB Riverfront managing member Park Beeler estimated the cost of the project at $170 million. Renderings were unveiled by the developer following the implosion of the previous structure, which stood on the property unfinished for 15 years. 

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Johnson Commons. Designed by ML+H.

91-Unit Townhome Development ‘Johnson Commons’ Approved In Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville’s Downtown Development Review Board has granted approvals for the construction of Johnson Commons, a 91-unit townhome community in the historic LaVilla District of the Downtown area. Designed by Marquis Latimer + Halback and being developed between Corner Lot Development Group and JWB Real Estate Capital LLC, the project is located on three mostly vacant city blocks totaling 3.45 acres of land bounded by West Adams Street to the north, Stuart Street to the west, West Forsyth Street to the south and Lee Street to the east…

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Four Seasons Hotel & Residences. Designed by HKS Architects.

Iguana Investments Plans To Build 170-Room Hotel And 90,000 Square Feet Of Office Space In Downtown Jacksonville

Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan is planning an ambitious mixed-use project just south of TIAA Bank Field and the Hart Bridge Expressway in Downtown Jacksonville. Iguana Investments, Khan’s development company, just recently received  approvals from the city’s Downtown Investment Authority (DIA) to build a 170-room hotel along with 25 for-sale luxury residences and a 90,000-square-foot office building on the site of the former Kids Kampus by Metropolitan Park. Although there is no formal agreement in place, Four Seasons Hotel & Residences may be the intended brand for the hotel and residential component.

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