Commercial Development Opportunities

Featured Opportunities

The featured commercial opportunities below are developer-controlled, fully-entitled, planned unit developments with non-residential entitlements ranging from 500,000 to over 5 million square feet. For more information, contact Jennifer Zuberer 904.209.0560.

  • Legend Point Logistics Crossing
    This is a new commerce park located at CR 210 and US-1 that offers industrial space of various sizes. Phase one includes three buildings (86,488 SF, 89,840 SF and 168,480 SF) and phase two offers a build-to-suit option of up to 500,000 SF.
  • Durbin Park
    Durbin Park is a 700,000-square-foot shopping center located in northern St. Johns County anchored by a Cinemark Theater, Wal-Mart and Home Depot.
  • BeachWalk (Twin Creeks)
    This location features a total of 3 million SF of retail, office and commercial mixed-use entitlements in a beachfront lagoon environment.
  • World Commerce Center
    This is a 996-acre development of regional impact located at the intersection of Interstate I-95 and International Golf Parkway.
  • Fort Wade Office Park
    This office park in Nocatee is comprised of three buildings - 90 Fort Wade Road (77,223 SF), 203 Fort Wade Road (62,751 SF), and 153 Fort Wade Road (62,751 SF). Space is currently available for lease at all three buildings.
  • Northeast Florida Regional Airport
    This public airport owns more than 750 acres of vacant land on the west side of U.S. 1 across from the airport facility. The acreage owned by the airport is zoned Airport Development (AD), which allows for a wide range of uses by right or special use, including industrial use. An existing facility lease, long-term land lease, or build-to-suit opportunities are potentially available through the Northeast Florida Regional Airport.

Community Redevelopment

The St. Johns County Community Redevelopment Agency was established to promote, coordinate and fund a variety of residential and commercial efforts in three community redevelopment areas. Based on priorities established by each community, redevelopment programs have been created to develop infrastructure to encourage and support economic growth and improve the quality of life for people who live and work in these areas.


For more information and for additional properties, contact the Department of Economic Development at 904-209-0560.