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GA Developer Seeks DDR Approval For Apartment, Retail, Restaurant Project

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Via Jacksonville Daily Record
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An outdoor area called "The Alley" is planned as part of the Doro project..

A Georgia developer seeks conceptual design approval for The Doro apartment, retail and restaurant community from the Downtown Development Review Board.

Valdosta, Georgia-based Rise Properties LLC proposes to redevelop the George Doro Fixture Co. property next to Intuition Ale Works and Manifest Distilling, near the Downtown Sports Complex, according to WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.

Downtown Investment Authority staff recommends approval for the eight-story, 247-unit mixed-use project at 102 A. Philip Randolph Blvd. The 1.63-acre property is bounded by Adams, Lafayette and Forsyth streets and A. Philip Randolph Boulevard. 

Project plans and renderings show a seven-level parking garage and 4,875 square free of ground-level retail, commercial and restaurant space.

The retail is at Forsyth Street and A. Philip Randolph Boulevard and will face an outdoor area that Rise Properties calls "The Alley" between the south side of the development and Intuition Ale Works.

Read the rest of the story and see additional renderings at JaxDailyRecord.com.

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Credit Map of project area / Via Jacksonville Daily Record
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Via Jacksonville Daily Record
The 1.63-acre Doro property is bounded by Adams, Lafayette and Forsyth streets and A. Philip Randolph Boulevard.