Trevato Development Group’s proposed 427-unit, sector-rate apartment community will be a “fresh and modern” substitute for Adventure Landing, authentic estate attorney Steve Diebenow claimed June 28.
The bankrupt Jacksonville Beach enjoyment and drinking water park at 1944 Beach Blvd. need to near by Oct. 31, according to U.S. Personal bankruptcy Court files.
Diebenow, a husband or wife with the Driver, McAfee, Hawthorne & Diebenow legislation company, reported immediately after a Jacksonville Seaside City Council workshop that it was Trevato’s initially effort and hard work to formally notify officials and the group about the believed $80 million progress.
“The operator acknowledges that this is a extremely superior-profile piece of house,” Diebenow advised the Council.
“It will actually be the very first thing you see when you occur around the Intracoastal … when you are driving to the east into Jacksonville Seaside,” he claimed.
Trevato supervisor Len Allen “appreciates the relevance of the architecture and the appear of the house.”
Diebenow confirmed programs at the workshop for four 3-story structures with 8,000 square ft of leasing, club and health and fitness room.
The models will ordinary 850 square ft of heated region.
Plans connect with for 854 parking spaces comprising a 4-stage, 400-house garage and 454 surface area spaces.
The 53.8-acre site features the 22.2-acre Experience Landing that has operated the Beach front Boulevard park for 26 yrs.
Diebenow explained Trevato hopes to file a land use and zoning modification with the city of Jacksonville Beach in the next 30 days.
He claimed rezoning and permitting could acquire 6 to nine months depending on how immediately Trevato moves by the course of action and how the challenge is obtained by the neighborhood.
Jacksonville Seaside Director of Preparing and Growth Heather Eire explained to the Council that the land use modifications and rezoning could just take about three months.
The flats will be clustered amid about 15 acres together Beach front Boulevard, which preserves assets guiding it, holding the job out of the Coastal Large Hazard Location.
Diebenow stated a “working number” for the believed price of the flats is $80 million.
He expects the rents would be similar to the Bluwater Apartments on Seaside at 711 Beach Blvd. The Bluwater web-site displays that rent for a 1-bedroom, 620-square-foot apartment starts off at $2,025 per thirty day period.
At-Large Council member Fernando Meza mentioned June 28 that the challenge must suit the local community.
“However this goes, whether it is the options you suggest or if the owner decides to change them, I do hope you can combine what we’re making an attempt to do with our eyesight, which is the beach front daily life,” he stated.
Diebenow claimed that excluding beachfront condominiums, “this would be, by much, the most significant-close, deluxe multifamily project east of the Intracoastal.”
He mentioned after the workshop that the undertaking has not been named.
Trevato Advancement Group, managed by Allen, compensated $7.87 million for the Experience Landing home Feb. 24 by way of JB Honest Park MF LLC. Diebenow mentioned the team not too long ago procured the other acreage concerned in the options.
Diebenow told Jacksonville Seashore Mayor Christine Hoffman at the conference that Driver McAfee is not symbolizing Journey Landing and has no very first-hand awareness of the topic park’s monetary capacity to function or relocate in other places in the location.
Hoffman asked if solitary-family housing was feasible beneath the current zoning on the practically 39 acres planned for preservation less than Trevato’s proposal.
Diebenow informed Hoffman that an existing conservation easement and its spot in the Coastal Significant Hazard Location would make advancement on that land tough.
‘Saddened’ to see Adventure Landing go
A Jacksonville Seaside resident who spoke at the meeting explained she was “saddened to see Experience Landing go.”
She explained to the Council all through public comment June 28 that she appreciates the wetland conservation in the proposal and questioned that the developer take into account which includes a public recreation pool in the structure to change what Jacksonville Seashore is getting rid of with Experience Landing.
“While I sense housing is crucial to the community, we also require to help what helps make dwelling in this space desirable,” she explained.
“So, I know we need to have to balance the financial requires but was also want to stability that with the community’s needs, especially for young children and for people.”
Diebenow stated Trevato’s staff will consider the feasibly of general public recommendations, but he did not commit to including public facilities to the programs.
He explained Trevato has engaged inhabitants in the neighborhoods surrounding the web page as nicely as leaders at the nearby Church of Our Savior.
Diebenow reported he shared Trevato’s programs and made available to schedule community meetings for general public enter.
There also will be a opportunity for Jacksonville Seashore residents to discuss at the house rezoning hearings.
Diebenow informed the Council he would not talk for the space residents but acknowledged “everyone has a fantastic offer of nostalgia for Journey Landing.”
The attorney added his have reminiscences of using his children to the park just about every summer for 15 years.
Diebenow reported response has been equally concern for Adventure Landing’s conclude and curiosity in what could switch it.
“I consider every person acknowledges some thing taking place is superior than absolutely nothing,” Diebenow stated.
Editor Karen Brune Mathis contributed to this report.