JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The City of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Jaguars will hold 14 meetings in the next 10 days to discuss proposed projects by the team.
Earlier this month, the Jaguars unveiled a new project that would help to transform the Downtown Jacksonville area. The project includes a Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, a new office building, an orthopedic sports medicine complex and improvements to the city-owned marina and public spaces. The project is in partnership with Iguana Investments.
The team also released details about the vision for a football performance center, which will be the first step in creating the “Stadium of the Future” for Jags fans.
The purpose of the project is to increase the number of jobs in and visitors to Downtown, boost community development and the Downtown residential population.
At each of the meetings, staff with the Jaguars will be available to answer questions by the public.
The meetings will take place at various locations across the First Coast. Many of the locations are in Duval County, with meetings also happening in Nassau County, Clay County and St. Johns County.
Each of the meetings will begin at 5 p.m. and end at around 7 p.m.
The dates and locations of the meetings are:
- June 15: Regency Square Branch Library
- June 16: Fernandina Beach Branch Library
- June 16: Lakewood United Methodist Church
- June 17: Southeast Regional Library
- June 17: Pablo Creek Regional Library
- June 17: The Lake Asbury Community Association Building/Community Center
- June 21: Beaches Branch Library
- June 21: West Branch Library
- June 21: Willow Branch Public Library
- June 22: South Mandarin Library
- June 22: Bartram Trail Branch Library
- June 22: Bradham and Brooks Branch Library
- June 23: Charles Webb Wesconnett Library
- June 24: TIAA Bank Field - Upper East Club