Now that Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan is “pulling the plug” on Lot J, team President Mark Lamping says Khan wants to advance his $535 million plan to redevelop Metropolitan Park and the Shipyards.
As a proposed $457 million development next to TIAA Bank Field that includes more than $230 million in city investments goes before City Council Thursday, a new poll out the same day finds a majority of Jacksonville voters oppose it.
Jacksonville Jaguars President Mark Lamping told the Downtown Investment Authority Strategic Implementation Committee on Nov. 12 that Jaguars owner Shad Khan plans to build and own a Four Seasons hotel at what is now Metropolitan Park in Downtown Jacksonville.
ByChristopher Hong - The Florida Times-Union•Aug 19, 2020
Jaguars owner Shad Khan has lost the inside track to develop the long-vacant Shipyards property and could pursue a new plan that's significantly scaled back from the $500 million development that he has for years pitched as the "rebirth" of Jacksonville's downtown, said the leader the city's downtown development authority on Tuesday.
ByGene Frenette - The Florida Times-Union•Apr 3, 2020
Former Jaguars’ star and Hall of Fame finalist Tony Boselli is recovering after he was hospitalized for five days at the Mayo Clinic for COVID-19, he told WJCT News partner The Florida Times-Union Thursday in his first public comments.
Negotiators for Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan and the city have not drafted a final deal for his $450 million to $500 million Lot J development, but team leadership already is looking ahead to a possible Phase II.
ByDavid Bauerlein - The Florida Times-Union•Jan 14, 2020
Jaguars President Mark Lamping said negotiations with the city on a development deal for Lot J next to the stadium are “very close” to finalizing a deal that could go to City Council with an eye toward ground-breaking in the spring.