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New Shipyards Renderings

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I'm pretty excited that we're finally seeing something going on this project...I like the rendering overall, but they need to do something with those horrible light blue boxes on the left...I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of changes made to this before it's actually built.

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Any prospective groundbreaking date?

No, this project has been moving notoriously slow and the project could turn out completely different than it looks here, too....Developers and beaurocracy suck...I hope they keep that sweet cylindrical building, though...It almost looks like a supertall

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july555    0

Does anyone know when this project intends to break ground or even get approval from the City? Furthermore, which building do you speculate they will start with first. I hope it's the cyclinderical building.

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asonj23    0

New information...

Shipyards project gets re-imagined

The LandMar Group released its plan for the first phase of the Shipyards on Wednesday, opening another

chapter in the beleaguered saga of the 44-acre site along Jacksonville's riverfront.

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Read it here: http://www.jacksonville.com/tu-online/stor...shipyards.shtml

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asonj23    0

I had to model this one in Google Earth. Its really going to lengthen the skyline!

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Looking down Bay Street...

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The view from the new public pier...

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Spartan    682

That is fantastic. This project is really going to add a lot to Jacksonville's skyline. particularly that building to the far right that looks to be a separate project. Though I would like to see more buildings like BofA. Its really awesome to see the Jax skyline from the Dames Point bridge, with B of A as the 'peak'

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asonj23    0

The building to the right you're referring to is the St. John Hotel & Residences, now called the St. James. Its the 70 story proposal that would become the city's tallest if built.

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asonj23    0
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