A mixed-use building combining a Daily’s Dash, fuel station and Bold City Brewery bar and restaurant.
Dash is a fast-casual, cafe concept that offers a variety of fresh, wholesome, all-natural made-to-order breakfast and lunch sandwiches, salads, desserts and specialty coffee drinks, all made from the highest-quality ingredients.
Bold City was the first craft brewery in Jacksonville with its initial location still in Riverside
This property was originally constructed in 1909 following the Great Fire of 1901 and is considered one of the most historic properties in downtown Jacksonville for its contribution to the resurgence of the city following the fire, as well as its architecture and continuing structural integrity.
This project includes the use of DIA’s Downtown Preservation and Revitalization Program (DPRP) to bring the property back to more historic standards and other improvements needed to preserve and maintain the integrity of the structure for their continuing operating needs. Improvements begin with window replacement and exterior renovations to better seal the historic structure against weather and elements using techniques approved by the Secretary of the Interior that meet established rehabilitation standards. Future phases will focus on other needs related to Code Compliance requirements to make the property more accessible and functional as part of its growth strategy in the Jacksonville market.
The structure, referred to as the Florida Casket Factory Company building, was constructed circa 1882 and is a locally designated landmark. Project includes renovation of the three-story brick building and three-story addition to both the west and east building facades. The additions and alterations are necessary to support the mixed-use renovation of the building, which includes a museum, document archival and venue space.
Project includes converting the former Reddi-Arts complex into a mixed-use property to include 13,364 square feet of office and retail space. 39 off-street parking spaces and ample room for outdoor seating will be included throughout the property.
“These Truths, Voice of Jacksonville”, designed by sculptor Cliff Garten, will feature two flowing ribbons of stainless steel to frame the entrance to our Courthouse.
Those ribbons will also have writings from the foundational texts of our democracy and five local poets and authors engraved on its surface. These words will be illuminated at night, telling our story as a community, and our continued push toward justice and equality.
Through the addition of this monumental public art installation, the three-acre lawn of the Courthouse will be transformed into an active urban park reflective of the values of our community.
Project includes developing a public marina in daylighted basin for approximately 50 boats of varying sizes with designated water taxi landing, fuel dock, pump-out station, and marina office with restrooms/showers.
East of Main Street, this segment will extend the Hogans Creek
Greenway along the creek corridor to the south of Duval Street where the
segment will create a loop connection on the east side of downtown with the
Northbank Riverwalk and the TIAA Bank Field, Veterans Memorial Arena, and
Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville sports venues.
This project includes improving flooding and water quality, creating habitat for fish and wildlife, increasing resiliency, providing access and recreational amenities, and connecting neighborhoods with the Hogans Creek and the overall Emerald Trail.
Preston Hollow Capital LLC has contracted with Toll Brothers for 39 town houses as part of the major Southbank development dubbed RiversEdge: Life on the St. Johns. The townhomes mark the site’s first confirmed vertical construction.
Learn more about RiversEdge: Life on the St. Johns here: https://investdtjax.com/poi/rivers-edge/.
This project includes the Historic Renovation of 120 E Forsyth and adding Mathers Social Gathering as the tenant on the second floor. The first floor will be leased at a future date.
The Renovation effort will invest $4.3M with the aid of the DIA Downtown Preservation and Revitalization Program. The Mathers development on the second floor is a $800,000 investment partially aided by the DIA’s Food and Beverage Retail Enhancement Program.