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The plan for Riverfront Plaza, including a cafe with rooftop playground and a planned waterfront restaurant. | Downtown Investment Authority
April 17, 2024

#AskJAXTDY l Riverfront Plaza design questions

We answer: Where will people park at Riverfront Plaza? & Will the park will be built on a concrete platform?…

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Riverfront Plaza is being built at the former site of the Jacksonville Landing. | Jacksonville Daily Record
April 11, 2024

Residents call for more green space at Riverfront Plaza

Participants at a community discussion urged the city to reconsider plans for residences and a restaurant at the new riverfront…

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Construction will begin soon on a cafe at Riverfront Plaza — but not yet on a separate waterfront restaurant there. | City of Jacksonville
April 5, 2024

What’s going on at Riverfront Plaza? 

Park plans include two different businesses that will both serve food: a “cafe” and a “restaurant.”…

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A conceptual drawing shows a planned restaurant at Riverfront Plaza. | Jacksonville Daily Record
April 3, 2024

Permit issued for cafe at new Riverfront Plaza

The city issued a permit to build the cafe’s shell on the former Jacksonville Landing site. Interior work will be…

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The Riverfront Plaza restaurant would be situated on the banks of the St. Johns River.
February 22, 2024

Waterfront restaurant approved over objections

Some residents fear the restaurant at the new Riverfront Plaza could be susceptible to flooding.…

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November 30, 2021

OPINION | 5 development myths that hold Downtown Jax back

Does demolishing old buildings prime the pump for flashy ones? Is 10,000 residents the magic number necessary to enliven Downtown…