Gateway Jax brings the the first phase of a larger, long-term investment in the Northbank of Downtown. The $500 Million Pearl Street District covering 5 city blocks would have over 1,100 apartments and 120,000 sq ft of grocery-anchored ground floor retail with parking to support both. A transformational project that will create a dense, walkable neighborhood with the services and amenities to support it.
Ten-story structure that expands the current garage to add 500 parking spaces.
Seven-story residential development with 275 multi-family units and associated amenities (business office, bike shop and recreational space).
Waypoint Liquors & Pub will occupy 4,800 square feet on the first floor of 333 E. Bay Street and serve as a pub space and package store. The pub and package store will have separate entrances which allows the package store to operate hours that are independent of the pub operations.
Waypoint Pub plans to operate Monday through Sunday: 6 PM to 2 AM.
Waypoint Liquors plans to be open:
Monday through Thursday: 11 AM to 11 PM
Friday and Saturday: 10 AM to 2 AM
Sunday: 2 PM to 9 PM
Pagemaster Inn & Tavern plans to renovate the interior 3,303 square foot space into a combination retail and bar/restaurant operation. The location will comprise a retail storefront that specializes in selling fantasy novels, games, and memorabilia with an attached speakeasy that will sell beverages and liquor along with unique food pairings.
Pagemaster plans to section off the interior with a lobby space that will serve as the bookstore and entrance to the tavern-style speakeasy. The entrance to the speakeasy will be lined with floating bookshelves covering many of the walls, tavern-style chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, and natural wood and brick accents that will be visible throughout the space.
The proposed development involves renovating the former Liddy’s Machine Shop (approximately 10,000 square feet) to be occupied by a wine retail, cheese/charcuterie market, and wine bar (approximately 7,000 square feet). The remaining 3,000 square feet will be divided into two (2) compatible tenant spaces. The exterior areas will be redeveloped for outdoor dining, lawn space, and accessory parking.
The project occupies the entire block between Jackson Street and Stonewall Street (north/south) and Chelsea Street and Park Street (west/east). The proposed mixed-use development consists of multi-family residential units above live-work lofts and ground floor retail space, inclusive of an outdoor seating area for restaurant use.
The Hardwick at Ford on Bay proposes 360 multi-family units, a rooftop and amenity deck, retail space totaling 25,000-square-feet, two restaurants (one on the riverfront), 550-space parking garage with 125 retail spaces, $2.5 million in public open space, and eco-buffers including a tree canopy and green roofs as well as a garden courtyard and waterfront park protect the building from storm surge increased by sea-level rising.
Investment: $150 Million
Plans call for a historic renovation of the 604 Hogan St. building and the 211 Ashley St. building to include: office/retail space, apartment commons, rooftop terrace, and 9 residential units. The project also includes two new 6-story apartment buildings comprised of 175 residential units and 89 at-grade parking spaces.
Shipyards West Park will be a world-class riverfront park inclusive of complimentary amenities that will provide the missing link between Riverfront Plaza and Metropolitan Park. Design for the Shipyards West Park was awarded to Agency Landscape + Planning.
The design of the park will be complete late 2023/early 2024.
Investment: $65 Million