A major development in Southeast Jacksonville has passed its first regulatory hurdle with zoning approval by the Jacksonville City Council. But the development ultimately will take about 25 years to complete.
The project could potentially bring over 10,000 housing units to the area as well as commercial spaces and plots for conservation.
The property belongs to Big Creek Timber, a company owned by the Davis family, which founded the Winn-Dixie grocery store chain.
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