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The Crescent City's Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) Board is accepting proposals from potential developers or end users for the redevelopment of City-owned property. The property is centrally located in Crescent City's historic business district with frontage on four roadways, including SR15/US17. The Property is approximately 2.16 acres in size and located within the City's Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) at the center of Crescent City's business district. The Property has one existing building totaling 8,800 sq ft and approximately 34,000 sq ft of paved parking areas; the remainder is vacant land. A detailed description of the property and the opportunity can be found at the following link: Crescent City Redevelopment Opportunity

"Preservation of the existing office building and existing parking lot is not mandatory" advises the City Manager, Patrick Kennedy."While re-use of the existing improvements is possible, the CRA Board recognizes that demolition may be required and is willing to allow it for the right project."

Between 2010 and 2013 the City spent more than $200,000 to purchase, improve and maintain the Property. "This represented 80% of the CRA reserves at the time, but it is that important to our community to bring this property back to prominence and prosperity.

This is the former site of the first grocery store and the corporate offices for "Miller Enterprises", a grocery store and convenience store chain established by one of the pioneer families to this area. It is currently used for open air markets and special events. However, it has always been the City's intention to make the property available for quality redevelopment.

The City envisions a vibrant, livable, workable and walkable CRA District comprised of a diverse mix of uses that recognize the historic, rural character and creates both entrepreneurial and employment opportunities for our community. The City anticipates that any proposed use or uses for the Property, whether it is a single-use or multiple uses, should complement this vision. The City will give special consideration to hotel/motel development and job creation, however, all reasonable development proposals are on the table. For more detailed information, please visit the following link Crescent City Redevelopment Opportunity or contact City Hall at citymanager@crescentcity-fl.com or (386) 698-2525.


 

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