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Source: Jacksonville Business Journal


Columbia Ventures files Lennox on Park mixed-use development plans with the city

The 342-unit apartment and restaurant and retail project is at 380 Park St. in Brooklyn.

Atlanta-based Columbia Ventures LLC filed civil engineering plans with the city Oct. 21 for its proposed Lennox on Park apartment and retail development in Brooklyn.

Columbia Ventures wants to build a five-story, 342-unit apartment project on 3.23 acres at 380 Park St. at Park and Forest streets. 

The construction plans in review are dated October 2022. Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc. is the civil engineer.

Site data shows a 303,424-square-foot apartment building area; 4,685 square feet of restaurant space; 5,856 square feet of restaurant and retail space; 1,725 square feet of apartment accessory space; and a 169,350-square-foot parking garage.

A geotechnical engineering report shows a seven-floor building with a two-level parking deck with five floors of apartments above it.

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Source: Jax Daily Record

Review board signs off on design for Columbia Ventures in Brooklyn

The Atlanta-based developer plans an estimated $100 million apartment and retail project at Forest and Park streets.

Atlanta-based Columbia Ventures LLC is a step closer to breaking ground on its proposed five-story, 341-unit mixed-use apartment community at Park and Forest streets in Brooklyn. 

The Downtown Development Review Board voted 7-0 on July 14 to grant final design approval for the residential and retail project at Forest and Park streets that Columbia Ventures co-founder and Managing Partner Dillon Baynes said in an email May 9 will be a $100 million investment. 

He said the company “loves the Florida Story, the Sunbelt Story and the Jacksonville Story,” Baynes said in the email. 

“We are all in,” he said. “We have an office in Savannah two hours away and have been in the market for almost four years. We hope to find other great opportunities in time.”

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Source: Jax Daily Record

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