Park Place is a 35,900 sq.ft. neighborhood retail center built in 2007. The center was constructed on the site of a former miniature-golf course, long standing in the community. The cornerstone of the course, a 30’ dinosaur, was refurbished with the help of the University of North Florida construction students and is featured at Park Place as an established landmark in Jacksonville’s Southside area. The tenant mix includes O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, a billiards room, convenience and produce stores, tax services as well as a bakery.
Building Size: 35,230 sq.ft.
Divisible Space: 1,000 sq.ft.
Contiguous Space: 2,000 sq.ft.
Available Parking: 6/1000 u.s.f.
Traffic: Beach Blvd 52,540 | Southside Blvd – Southside Blvd
Population: 1 Mile Radius 1,058 | 3 Mile Radius 7,046 | 5 Mile Radius 19,493
- The population in this area is estimated to change from 184,058 to 200,193, resulting in a growth of 8.8% between 2010 and the current year. Over the next five years, the population is projected to grow by 6.6%.
- The number of households in this area is estimated to change from 75,269 to 82,589, resulting in an increase of 9.7% between 2010 and the current year. Over the next five years, the number of households is projected to increase by 7.0%.
- The average household income is estimated to be $66,737 for the current year, while the average household income for the base area is estimated to be $77,135 for the same time frame.