The city may sell 330 acres of the Cecil Commerce Center megasite in West Jacksonville for about $20.52 million to the Spanish sustainable surfaces company Cosentino Group for what could grow to a $440 million manufacturing facility.
The initial phase of the project comprises an estimated investment of $270 million. A second phase would be a capital investment of $70 million.
The company will also have the option to buy another 150 acres to build a minimum $100 million addition to the project.
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