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  • Jacksonville Landing Redevelopment Plan Includes Adding Residential Units

    Toney Sleiman, president and CEO of Sleiman Enterprises, which owns the Landing, stated that he plans to add residential units as the ownership considers renovating the facility. They are already making small steps toward the goal, first of all studying the property and determining a viable number of units and unit with the help of a consultant. They also ordered a parking study and informed that results should be available this month, according to the Jax Daily Record.

    Jacksonville 11 October 2013 21:58

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