Jacksonville is getting a look at what a new development project might look like at and around the old Florida Times-Union building in Riverside.
The 1,250-square foot facility nestled onto West Adams Street is designed to serve as a co-working space or lounge that allows its patrons to puff in peace.
Jacksonville is in a category with cities like Nashville and Austin, according to the Urban Land Institute.
Two of the most active developers in the downtown area have teamed up with Shad Khan’s Iguana Investments to launch a group dedicated to advocating for — and shaping — development of the urban core.
The city is reviewing a permit for interior improvements of almost $1.8 million.
The estimated $80 million project near RiversEdge and the Duval County Public Schools headquarters is up for conceptual review.