Cecil Commerce Center

Jacksonville Daily Record

Dallas-based developer Hillwood filed plans overnight with the city seeking civil plan review to clear a site for a second 1.5 million-square-foot warehouse at AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center.

Ground About To Be Broken For New Fire Station, 911 Call Center Near Cecil Airport

Sep 10, 2018
Jacksonville Fire And Rescue Department / Via The Florida Times-Union

A new fire station to serve the growing number of homes near Cecil Airport, as well as the businesses in and around the joint civil-military airport and spaceport, will begin construction Wednesday with a city groundbreaking ceremony.

Via The Jacksonville Daily Record

Large code-named distribution centers generate speculation about their identity and the proposed 1.5 million-square-foot Project Jaguar at Cecil Commerce Center is doing just that.

Jacksonville Daily Record

Amazon.com could be joined by a larger neighbor at Cecil Commerce Center — the proposed 1.5 million-square-foot warehouse code-named Project Jaguar.

Business Brief: Company Shopping For Mega Warehouse In Jacksonville

Jul 6, 2018
Cecil Commerce Center highway exit sign
Michael Rivera

A yet-to-be-identified company is shopping for a massive warehouse in Jacksonville.

As Jacksonville Daily Record Editor Karen Mathis told WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo, that could mean 1,000 new jobs.

That’s this week’s Business Brief.


Via The Jacksonville Daily Record

Buc-ee’s, the Texas-based convenience store chain, submitted site engineering plans to the St. Johns River Water Management District on June 22  and to St. Johns County on June 26 to develop its 13.71-acre site at 655 World Commerce Parkway at southwest Interstate 95 and the International Golf Parkway interchange.

U.S. DefenseImagery / Wikimedia Commons

On the heels of the successful SpaceX launch last week, Jacksonville’s Cecil Spaceport is planning its own commercial flights.  

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Online retail giant Amazon is planning to build two Jacksonville distribution centers — with the latest slated to go near the Cecil Commerce Center on the city’s Westside.

It’s the latest example of industrial development’s booming at the site of the former Navy base.