The downtown mega-development saga known as The District is back to square one. A week after the Downtown Investment Authority voted for a complex and unusual deal in which DIA would step in to purchase the 30-acre riverfront tract from JEA, the JEA board voted Tuesday to sell the land directly to the development group behind The District, provided the developers round up $18.5 million for the purchase by July 16.
Peter Rummell, a prominent Jacksonville developer and influential political donor, sent an email Friday to his high-placed friends in the civic and business community that blames the controversy surrounding his planned project in downtown, called The Distirct, on a feud between the City Council president and Mayor Lenny Curry, a significant escalation in political tension over a project that was once highly celebrated.
Peter Rummell, a prominent Jacksonville developer and influential political donor, sent an email Friday to his high-placed friends in the civic and business community that blames the controversy surrounding his planned project in downtown, called The District, on a feud between Council President Anna Brosche and Mayor Lenny Curry, an escalation in political tension over the project.
At request of The District’s developers the JEA board votes to sell Southbank land in straight transaction instead of through a sale to Downtown Investment Authority. The sale of land to developers would fulfill original terms when The District submitted top bid in 2014
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