Where Business Works

Jacksonville Market

Jacksonville lines both banks of the St. John's River, the state's longest river. Jacksonville's deep water port is the fourteenth largest in the U.S. and handles shipments from around the world. The "River City" is Florida's most populous city as well as its leading financial and insurance center. Jacksonville has one of the lowest overall costs of living in Florida and the U.S. With its warm climate and excellent standard of living Jacksonville is an ideal business market.

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Available Space
Building Submarket Total Sqft Floors Year Built
245 Riverside CBD - Northbank District 135,286 5 2003
8800 Baymeadows Way West Butler/Baymeadows 224,281 5 1992
Belfort Park I Southpoint 67,752 3 1989
Belfort Park II Southpoint 62,425 2 1989
Belfort Park III Southpoint 81,679 1 1989
Belfort Park IV Southpoint 35,768 1 1999
Belfort Park V Southpoint 50,367 1 1999
Bellsouth Building Butler Corridor-Southside 92,272 4 1996
Centurion Centre Butler Corridor-Southside 87,600 4 1993
Deerwood North Deerwood Park 496,373 see details 1996 - 2005
Deerwood South Deerwood Park 521,845 4 1996-2005
JTB Center Butler/Baymeadows 246,000 see details 1999 - 2001
Riverplace South CBD - Southbank District 105,193 8 1981
Stein Mart Building CBD - Southbank District 196,332 10 1985
Wells Fargo Center Downtown 647,251 37 1975