Now under construction, online retailer Amazon.com Inc.’s new Imeson Park fulfillment center is at least a $106.1 million project.
WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record reports that approved and pending building and related permits show the almost 1.1 million-square-foot e-commerce facility will cost that amount and there likely will be further investment as conveyors and other equipment are installed.
Seattle-based Amazon announced Sept. 2 that it will open a 500-job Jacksonville fulfillment center in fall 2021 at 10501 Cold Storage Road in the North Jacksonville industrial center.
Construction plans call it a Softlines fulfillment center. Amazon said the center will pick, pack and ship small items, including apparel, accessories and footwear.
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