The city and St. Johns River Water Management District are reviewing permit applications for Project Empire, a larger project than what was initially described. The application is for a 603,200-square-foot industrial building on 47.13 acres in North Jacksonville. The project is identified as DHL Supply Chain and is backed by speculation that the logistics company is involved. RES Jacksonville I LLC purchased the land for $10.26 million and plans indicate that the project will create 100 full-time jobs. DHL Supply Chain is a subsidiary of Deutsche Post and is expanding its operations in the U.S.
Frequently Asked Questions – DHL Supply Chain in review for more than 600,000-square-foot North Jacksonville project
What is Project Empire?
Project Empire has been identified as a substantial initiative by DHL Supply Chain involving a 603,200-square-foot industrial building on 47.13 acres located in North Jacksonville.
What is the estimated cost of the Project Empire logistics center?
The estimated cost of the logistics center for Project Empire is $64 million.
Has the city provided any financial support for Project Empire?
Yes, the City Council has approved a $1.5 million grant to assist with the development of the logistics center.
How much land was bought for Project Empire, and for what price?
An affiliated company of DHL Supply Chain purchased land for Project Empire in North Jacksonville for $10.26 million.
What is the square footage of the planned logistics center for Project Empire?
The planned logistics center for Project Empire will be 400,000 square feet.
Where can I find more information about the DHL Supply Chain project in North Jacksonville?
You can read more about the project on the Jacksonville Daily Record website, with an article specifically covering the DHL Supply Chain's plans in North Jacksonville. Here's the link for more detailed information: DHL Supply Chain's North Jacksonville Project
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