Colliers International Northeast Florida works with Harbour Retail Partners to facilitate leasing opportunities
Tamaya Market developers are taking advantage of the trade area at northeast Beach and Kernan boulevards, where demographics show almost 172,000 people within 5 miles at a median income of almost $62,000.
Within a mile, the 10,000 residents earn a median household income of $79,062, according to marketing materials by Colliers International.
The center anchors the entrance to the 780-acre Tamaya development by ICI Homes where 350 homes are occupied and 2,400 are planned at prices from $300,000 to more than $1 million.
The site is across Beach Boulevard from Kernan Square, anchored by Publix Super Markets Inc. and Jacksonville Golf and Country Club with 919 homes.
To be anchored by the area’s second Sprouts Farmers Market, the Tamaya Market retail center is lining up more tenants that include Heartland Dental, Regal Nails, and First Florida Credit Union.
Nancy Sumner and Katy Figg, of Colliers International Northeast Florida, are facilitating the leasing of the inline space and out parcels for the center.
“We were attracted to the site because of the massive residential growth in the immediate area,” said Randy Kelley, founding principal of developer Harbour Retail Partners.
Tamaya Market is designed as a 75,000-square-foot shopping center. In addition to the grocery store and adjacent shops on each side totaling about 54,000 square feet, another 21,000 square feet will be developed among the three outparcels. Sprouts Farmers Market is expected to open early next year.
Source | Jax Daily Record