More than 100 firefighters battle a fire Jan. 29, 2024, at the $65 million Rise Doro apartments. | Dan Scanlan, Jacksonville TodayMore than 100 firefighters battle a fire Jan. 29, 2024, at the $65 million Rise Doro apartments. | Dan Scanlan, Jacksonville Today
More than 100 firefighters battle a fire Jan. 29, 2024, at the $65 million Rise Doro apartments. | Dan Scanlan, Jacksonville Today

Rise Doro seeks $15.45 million in incentives to rebuild

Published on June 10, 2024 at 10:06 am

The city of Jacksonville would provide $15.45 million to resurrect the Rise Doro apartment building in the Sports and Entertainment District under a new incentives package set to go before a Downtown Investment Authority committee.

The incentives, detailed in Resolution 2024-0614, are among agenda items for the meeting Friday of the Downtown Investment Authority Strategic Implementation Committee. 

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The resolution comes about four months after a fire destroyed the wood-framed portions of the structure at 960 E. Adams St. just days before it was scheduled to be inhabited.

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