Building Up Jax is a weekly article series, posted each Saturday morning, that provides you with the latest updates on development and construction in the greater Jacksonville area.
Multifamily projects planned for Town Center and Collins/I-295
Two large-scale apartment developments are proposed in red-hot corners of the city.
Eastwind Development submitted plans for Solera at Town Center, a 278-unit apartment complex along Brightman Blvd. between the existing Oasis at Town Center and Floor & Décor. Plans show one large building featuring a garage, courtyard, and pool deck, along with an adjacent dog park and urban garden.
Meanwhile, Gulfstream Jacksonville submitted plans for Collins Preserve, an 11-building, 330-unit multifamily residential complex off of Collins Rd. near I-295. The submitted plans also show 30,000 square feet of recreation space, as well as 10 adjacent acres designated for a future townhome project.
Subaru of Jacksonville to build along St. Johns Bluff Rd.
Subaru of Jacksonville submitted plans for a new two-story, 38,350-square-foot building along St. Johns Bluff Rd. near Atlantic Blvd.
The new facility is likely intended to either replace or complement its existing one-story building just around the corner at 10800 Atlantic Blvd.
Camel Premium Express Car Wash submitted plans for a new carwash facility at 5109 University Blvd. W. It will take the place of a former RaceTrac gas station and convenience store, which will be demolished to accommodate the project.
Hart Resources submitted plans for Braddock Lakes, a 368-lot single-family subdivision off of Braddock Rd. The community will feature a 10-acre recreational pond as well.
Southern Veterinarian Partners received a permit for build-out at 8540 Argyle Forest Blvd.
Tru by Hilton received a permit for the construction of a new hotel building at 4945 Lenoir Ave.
FlexCold received a permit for the construction of a $19.9 million, 150,000-square-foot cold storage facility at 11180 Blasius Rd.
La Mer Cosmetics received a permit to build out in-store space within Dillard’s at St. Johns Town Center.
P.F. Chang’s To-Go received a permit for build-out within River City Marketplace.
Atlee Development Group submitted plans for Crossroads Station, a 112-lot duplex community off of Radio Ln. near Park St.