Jacksonville Landing

Business Brief: Mayor Seeks $2.25 Million For Jacksonville Landing Architecture, Site Work

Aug 9, 2019
Provided by Doris Goldstein

Mayor Lenny Curry is asking the City Council to approve $2.25 million in initial funding for redevelopment of The Jacksonville Landing as part of his proposed 2019-20 Capital Improvement Plan.

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.

Michelle Corum / WJCT News

The nonprofit art center that had a gallery at the Jacksonville Landing now has new digs.

Demolition Fencing Will Go Up In Early August At Jacksonville Landing

Jul 25, 2019
Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

Demolition of The Jacksonville Landing will be set in motion August 2 and fencing is scheduled to be put up the week of August 5.

Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

The last original tenant at The Jacksonville Landing has closed.

Fights Break Out At 'Last Party' At Maverick's Live In The Landing

Jun 3, 2019
News4Jax

A viral video being shared on social media shows fights breaking out Saturday night at Maverick's Live inside the Jacksonville Landing. 

Business Brief: City Makes New Offer To Jacksonville Landing Tenants

May 31, 2019
Jacksonville Daily Record

The deadline for short-term leaseholders to vacate The Jacksonville Landing was at 5 p.m. Friday, but in the waning hours tenant were weighing a new offer from the city in lieu of relocation assistance.

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.

Provided by Hans Straugh

As the future of The Jacksonville Landing is debated, Hans Strauch has a unique perspective. 

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.

Councilman-Elect Carlucci Calls For Community Brainstorming On Jacksonville Landing's Future

Apr 18, 2019
Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

City Council member-elect Matt Carlucci is making a pitch for the city to use a charrette-style workshop for residents to brainstorm ideas about the future use of the Jacksonville Landing, saying interest is high in what comes next and there should be upfront buy-in from the public.

Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

It appears “business as usual” will be winding down quickly at The Jacksonville Landing following Tuesday’s City Council approval to buy out the current ownership.

City Council Approves Jacksonville Landing Buyout Deal

Mar 27, 2019
Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

Jacksonville City Council members approved legislation Tuesday night giving the city full possession of The Jacksonville Landing, ending a two-year legal fight over the future of the Downtown riverfront marketplace and setting it up for potential demolition.

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