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Private Office Spaces Available! Schedule a Virtual Tour to Become a Part of Our Growing City

Even with everything going on in the world today, our downtown Jacksonville city remains optimistic in development outlooks. If new incentives pass, there will be more projects happening in downtown Jax in the near future. Watching this city blossom and change over the past 10+ years is what keeps us strong during these tough times. Come be a part of our ever-growing city by joining our building. We have multiple private office spaces for rent and can do a virtual tour any weekday. Below are a few of our favorite rooms available today so you can join our developing city.

Available Private Office Spaces

Whether it’s just you or a team, we have spaces available to accommodate your needs. Our Downtown Duval Building is located in the heart of Jacksonville, right along the river! You can enjoy peaceful lunches with friends, family, or coworkers by the river.

Included with the ideal location of these private office spaces are benefits within the building. Including:

  • Centrally located
  • Free fiber wifi
  • Utilities included in rent
  • Access to lounge area – with pool table!
  • Private restrooms – available to tenants only
  • Use of large conference room for free
  • Access to private deck area
  • First month of rent FREE – when you sign a year contract
  • Shared kitchen space
  • Elevator available as needed
  • Secure building with 24/7 access by tenants only
  • Sanitation of building daily – to ensure everyone’s safety
  • And more

Featured Favorite Private Office

You can see all of our available offices on our website. But, one of our favorites is private office 204. This office is located on the southeast corner of our building. It can fit anywhere from one to four people comfortably. The scratch free floors making moving into the office a breeze. And, our favorite part, the natural light from the three windows makes this room so inviting and comfortable to work in. Here’s a few pictures, but we promise pictures don’t do the space justice! Schedule a virtual tour anytime.

Last Suite Available

If you feel you need more room and/or privacy we have a suite available on our second level. It includes a private common space (accessible by on you and your team) and two private offices. You also still receive the same amenities/benefits as the private offices! Again, pictures don’t do it justice but here’s a sneak peak. Read more about our available suite on our website.

Join Our Family

While there is still some time before everything is back to “normal”, our city is taking steps in the right direction to ensure our town is taken care of. Schedule a virtual tour of our available private office spaces for rent today and be a part of something great!

Our Office for Rent is Ready for the State to Resume Business Operations

With the world trying to recover from a global pandemic, our state has decided to take its’ first steps to resume business operations. Our office space has been open for some time now, but with many precautions taken and changes happening. We assume many businesses will experience similar changes when they reopen next week. When our office for rent reopened we made the safety of public health a top priority. Here’s what has changed at the Downtown Duval Building and what precautions we have taken.

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Our “New” Office for Rent

  1. Everything Must be Sanitized!

    Well, first things first. We were always sure to keep our office space clean, presentable and as germ-free as possible. But, now we go above and beyond what we have ever done before for sanitation. When the number of cases started to increase, we asked our cleaning service to focus solely on sanitizing the building. We were all quarantining ourselves at the time, so it was the perfect opportunity to clean EVERYTHING.

  2. Continue to Sanitize, Sanitize, Sanitize. 

    Every morning we sanitize everything that is touched regularly. This includes: microwaves, drawer handles, filing cabinet handles, door knobs, light switches, keyboards, sink and toilet handles, buttons, etc. The only way to mitigate risk is to clean everything we touch as often as possible!

  3. Try to Wear a Mask.

    While there is great controversy as to how effective wearing a mask is, it can’t hurt. At least if someone sneezes or coughs it won’t be immediately spread on multiple surfaces! Wether you get top-rated masks or use homemade cloth masks, they’ll help minimize the risk for all individuals by slowing the spread of germs. At our building, we ask that everyone wear a mask in common areas, but are free to take them off in private offices. It’s not a requirement by any means, just highly recommended in our building.

  4. Social Distance from EVERYONE. 

    Sure, you can be in the same room and not wear a mask all the time, but be smart about it. Staying 6 feet away and be around only a few people at a time. This is the best way to help stop the spread of this nasty virus. We have made it a “rule” here to keep your distance when and where you can.

Now, we aren’t saying what we do is right or the best options. We are sure there are plenty of other tips and tricks to keeping everyone safe. This is just some of the changes we’ve made and some of the first steps we’ve taken to ensure the safety of everyone in our building.

With that being said, if you’re looking for an office space we have private offices available for immediate move in. You can easily socially distance yourself at our office while still enjoying some social time with other tenants and being out of the house. Schedule a virtual walkthrough of our spaces anytime by emailing or calling us!

Resuming Business Operations in FL on May 4th

Governor DeSantis shared some of the first steps on how we plan to reopen businesses in the state of Florida at his press conference the other day. We will resume operations in “phases”. The first phase starts Monday, May 4th. Details on major business operations that will open or remain closed during phase 1:

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  • Elective surgeries can resume
  • Restaurants can reopen (with restrictions)
  • Retail stores can open (with restrictions)
  • Bars, gyms, movie theaters, hair salons, etc will remain closed
  • Schools will continue to practice distance learning

To read more details about Florida slowly reopening business, check out the full article on the Jacksonville Business Journal.

 

Stay informed and stay safe!

Jacksonville Office Space Ready for Clay County Population Growth

Clay County Prepares for Population Boom

Our downtown Jacksonville office space is always ready for change in our city, but is Clay County prepared for the population “boom” that’s coming? In the next decade, the growth of the Clay county population will increase by 46%. This translates to an influx of approximately 100,000 people!

As a result, the Florida Department of Transportation is spending $410 million to expand. Road projects alone will cost $130 million. To expand the system,  it will cost another $100 million.  However, these large expenses don’t worry the department. J.J. Harris told the Jacksonville Business Journal, “We know the growth is coming.”

Nocatee

Recently, first coast counties neighboring Duval have seen strong growth. Attraction to these counties came from the highly ranked school systems and generous amounts of land. But, vacant land is becoming more and more rare. On the other hand, Clay county has vacant land at affordable rates at the time being. Hence, why developers think the county will attract so many people to the area in the next ten years.

One company, The Parc Group, plans to take advantage of the vacant land before it’s all sold. In August, they purchased 3,241 acres of land in Clay county. They plan to turn the land into smaller communities. The company had success previously in Nocatee (border between St. John’s county and Duval), not too far from our home-base in downtown Jacksonville. Nocatee continues to be one of the nation’s ten fastest selling “master-planned communities” for seven years now. The Clay county commissioner says this emphasizes the confidence they have in the direction Clay county expects to go. The company plans to bring roughly 5,000 homes to the area. This will, hopefully, in turn attract more people, more businesses, hotels, restaurants, etc to the area.

For more information check out the full article on Jacksonville Business Journal’s website.

Our Jacksonville Office Space is Excited to Watch Clay County Develop

Many counties surrounding Duval county, where our Jacksonville office space is located, are continuously developing. The Downtown Duval Building is located in the middle of developing and growing communities. Contact us by calling 904-479-6202 or emailing us today to join the growth of Northeast Florida!