The Beaches are routinely one of the hottest areas for development in Jacksonville. That being said, exciting projects can sometimes be few and far between due to the limited amount of undeveloped or unoccupied land in the area.
But right now, there are actually several exciting things coming to the Beaches area as it enjoys the same development boom that the rest of Northeast Florida is experiencing.
Here are just a few of the most intriguing projects proposed for Jacksonville’s beaches.
NOTE: An earlier version of this article included a Keg and Coin project that now appears to be on hold.
A few years after the grocer first announced its intention to open in Jax Beach, Whole Foods Market is set to begin construction this summer within the Pablo Plaza shopping center at 2050 3rd St. S.
The new building will go where Office Depot once sat – the office-supply chain moved to a newly-built unit in the same shopping center.
Once open, it’ll join the growing number of grocery options at the Beaches, including Trader Joe’s and Lucky’s Market. It’ll be the Jax area’s second Whole Foods, with the other being in Mandarin.