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January 21, 2019

2019 Economic Outlook

Downtown redevelopment remains a priority in Northeast Florida

Amy Martinez | 12/27/2018

Class A office vacancies remain at historic lows in downtown Jacksonville with Cushman & Wakefield predicting “solid growth for the overall market” in 2019; affordable housing in St. John’s County is in high demand; Jeff Camarda, CEO, Camarda Wealth, says “…we’ll see continued growth in the U.S. economy for the next year and a half.”

Also featured in this article: Don Fox; Firehouse Subs; Jim O’Leary; Haskell; Nina Waters; Community Foundation for Northeast Florida; Eric Green; Jaxport; Ed Burr; GreenPointe Holdings; Gainesville Regional Utilities; Diana Greene; Continuum of Care; Isabelle Rodriguez Renault; Kevin Sheilley, plus - more business briefs and news.

 

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