Downtown Jacksonville

Fencing Goes Up Around Jacksonville Landing In Preparation For Demolition

Aug 8, 2019
Jacksonville Daily Record

The demolition of The Jacksonville Landing took another step forward Thursday as workers put up fencing around the shopping center.

Abukar Adan / WJCT News

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry on Thursday released a plan for the development of Lot J, which includes a high-rise apartment building, a boutique hotel, office space and 13,000 parking spaces. 

The Cordish Companies / Via Jacksonville Jaguars

The push to develop Lot J next to TIAA Bank Field has taken another step forward.

Florida Times-Union file photo

A longtime Jacksonville tradition has ended - at least for now.

Via Jacksonville Daily Record

VyStar Credit Union plans to take down the SunTrust name this month and put up its signs in August on the 23-story Downtown tower it bought almost a year ago.

Jacksonville Jazz Festival

This year’s Jacksonville Jazz Festival poster pays tribute to the city’s legendary reputation as the “Harlem of the South” in LaVilla's heyday.

Jacksonville Daily Record

Downtown’s historic Sweet Pete’s building at 400 N. Hogan St. is for sale.

Councilwoman Lori Boyer Selected To Lead Jacksonville's Downtown Investment Authority

May 16, 2019
Via Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville City Council member Lori Boyer was selected Wednesday as the Downtown Investment Authority’s next CEO.

Outgoing Jacksonville Councilwoman Boyer 1 of 3 Finalists For DIA Chief

May 6, 2019
Via Jacksonville Daily Record

The Jacksonville Downtown Investment Authority narrowed its search for a new CEO to three finalists, including City Council member Lori Boyer, and is scheduled to interview the candidates in a public meeting May 15.

With Just 30 Days To Vacate, Landing Tenants Try To Figure Out What's Next

May 3, 2019
Lindsey Kilbride / WJCT News

Hours after the city took control of The Jacksonville Landing on Wednesday, tenants of the struggling 1980s era landmark were given 30-day notices to vacate, fast-tracking Mayor Lenny Curry’s plan to demolish and redevelop the property.

Provided by Doris Goldstein

Demolition is likely imminent for The Jacksonville Landing now that the city has sent lease-termination notices after taking control of the festival marketplace on Wednesday.

Provided by the City of Jacksonville

Story update:  Wednesday the city completed its transaction to buy The Jacksonville Landing from owner Toney Sleiman's company, according to Nikki Kimbleton, the Director of Public Affairs for Mayor Lenny Curry.

Jacksonville Daily Record Building Sold For $915,000

Apr 25, 2019
Jacksonville Daily Record

Former Financial News & Daily Record Publisher James F. Bailey Jr. sold the Downtown building the newspaper occupies, more than two years after selling the company to Observer Media Group of Sarasota.

The Jaxson

There are no shortage of ideas of what to do with The Jacksonville Landing, now that the city is buying the waterfront marketplace from longtime owner Toney Sleiman’s company.

Business Brief: Next Steps For Lot J's $500 Million Development Proposal

Apr 25, 2019
Via Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan and team President Mark Lamping say they are moving aggressively on their $500 million development proposal for Lot J at TIAA Bank Field in Downtown Jacksonville.

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