Mike Mendenhall - Jacksonville Daily Record
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January 27, 2023

City Council approves $7.5 million for 1st and Main in Springfield

1st and Main, an estimated $53.6 million project from Corner Lot in Jacksonville, combines multifamily and commercial space.

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January 26, 2023

JEA board approves $106.6 million solar deal

JEA will have access to 150 megawatts of solar power produced by Florida Power & Light Co.

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January 11, 2023

Jacksonville approves financing to raise power lines at port

JAXPORT says that raising power lines will allow larger ships into the newly deepened St. Johns River harbor.

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January 11, 2023

City Council signs off on revised deal for Four Seasons project

Shad Khan’s development company, Iguana Investments Florida LLC, plans a Four Seasons hotel and office building on Jacksonville’s riverfront.

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January 5, 2023

Two-story Daily’s would include bar and restaurant

The rooftop bar/restaurant at Daily’s in LaVilla would include outdoor covered seating and a game area, plans show.

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December 19, 2022

JEA considering $106.6 million solar deal

The JEA board of directors is considering a $106.6 million agreement to buy 150 megawatts of solar power produced by Florida Power & Light as utility leaders consider expanding in-house solar generation. Board members voted unanimously to advance the solar deal Dec. 16 during a joint committee meeting. If approved by the full board, JEA would purchase the power from

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December 16, 2022

MOSH’s move to Northbank takes a step forward

The Museum of Science & History is a step closer to completing a site plan for its proposed relocation to the Northbank Shipyards. The Downtown Investment Authority board is expected to vote on final approval Dec. 21. The plan divides the 6.8-acre Bay Street site east of Hogans Creek into four sections comprising the 2.5-acre parcel that MOSH will lease

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December 14, 2022

City Council approves $10.1 million for Paysafe headquarters

The Jacksonville City Council has approved a bill awarding global online payment provider Paysafe Processing Solutions LLC $10.1 million in cash grants to bring its North American headquarters and 600 jobs to Northeast Florida. Council voted 15-2 on Tuesday to approve Resolution 2022-0863 to secure the London-based Paysafe’s $51.5 million project. Council members approved an amended bill that defended a

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December 12, 2022

Whole Foods design approved despite traffic concerns

Traffic concerns again led Downtown Development Review Board debate Dec. 8 over the design of the Whole Foods Market-anchored retail center at One Riverside before members approved the plan. ] The board voted 7-1 to approve final architectural designs for the 40,000-square-foot supermarket and an 8,000-square-foot first-phase retail building at 1 Riverside Ave. in Brooklyn. The $250 million apartment and

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November 21, 2022

Jacksonville weighs incentives for Springfield project

Jacksonville is considering $7.5 million in property tax and cash incentives to Corner Lot Development Group for its proposed multifamily, mixed-use 1st and Main project in Historic Springfield. The Mayor’s Budget Review Committee is scheduled Nov. 21 to consider filing legislation with City Council that would award a 15-year, 75% Recapture Enhanced Value Grant property tax refund capped at $5.5

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