500 Atlantic

TriBridge Residential

A brew pub, café, yoga studio, gourmet donut shop and a local clothing boutique are among the businesses said to be negotiating leases in the retail center that’s set to replace the old Kmart in Neptune Beach.

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TriBridge Residential is moving ahead with new plans for its 500 Atlantic mixed-use development on Atlantic Boulevard at Third Street.

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The company that wants to develop the old Kmart property at the corner of Atlantic Boulevard and 3rd Street in Neptune Beach has come back with a new proposal.

Residential and shopping rendering
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The Neptune Beach City Council’s rejection Monday night of a proposed mixed-use development on Atlantic Boulevard at Third Street doesn’t necessarily mean the end of the controversial 500 Atlantic project.

Our Friday Media Roundtable on First Coast Connect  featured Florida Times-Union reporter Andrew Pantazi, The Victory’s Jax Engage radio host Angela Spears, Folio Weekly editor Claire Goforth and Beaches Leader columnist Jon McGowan.

Topics discussed included:

Neptune Beach Board Says No To Proposed Development Plan At Old Kmart Shopping Center

Jul 19, 2018
Corley Peel - News4Jax

The Community Development Board voted 6-0 during its meeting Wednesday evening to deny a proposed development at the site of the old Kmart in Neptune Beach.

WJCT and The Florida Times-Union

Wednesday on First Coast Connect we discussed the growing controversy around the appointment of Terrance Freeman to the Jacksonville City Council by Governor Rick Scott by speaking with attorney and political consultant Obi Umunna (01:06).   

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Plans for the old Neptune Beach Kmart shopping center have taken a new turn.