Jacksonville political dignitaries and highly placed members of the Baptist Health Medical community were among the celebrants joining in a groundbreaking ceremony June 23 to kick off construction of a 330,000-square-foot addition to the current Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center in San Marco. The $150
Orange zoning signs line the fence in front of the historic McIver House at 1108 Palmer Terrace, as owner Mitchell W. Legler requests two zoning waivers from the city’s Land Use and Zoning Committee. Legler hopes to subdivide his nearly three-acre property into five home
Free parking in the lot behind San Marco Square, which is owned by Southside Baptist Church, may become a thing of the past if the city approves an application for a new 150-seat restaurant to occupy a space near the church on San Marco Square.
Although significant changes have been made to the master plan for The District – Life Well Lived, the new Southbank community will still retain its emphasis on healthy living, said developer Peter Rummell. “The revised master plan continues to build on the health, wellness and
GATE Petroleum Co.’s proposal to buy a 1.87-acre block delineated by Park Street, Forest Street, Edison Avenue and Chelsea Street, can now move full steam ahead. At the June 23 appeal meeting heard by the Downtown Investment Authority (DIA), the board decided 5-2 to deny
Due to an infestation of a destructive species of subterranean insect known as the Formosan termite, the Woman’s Club building on the campus of the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens has been granted a permit for demolition by the city. On June 22, the
Jacksonville Jaguars Wide Receiver Allen Robinson hosted his first Celebrity Surf & Turf event June 13…
“Cheers to 20 Years” was the theme of the annual meeting and awards presentation for Vision…