Nassau Crossing Industrial Park


Nassau Crossing Industrial Park (NCIP) is part of an industrial park with a total of 197 acres.  The area being evaluated has approximately 20-30 acres of undeveloped land at the northwest portion of the site.  This land is all considered Uplands and therefore contains no Wetlands areas. From a location standpoint the site is ideally situated three miles from Interstate 95 and 15 miles from Jacksonville International airport.  This site is 11 miles inland from the east coast and is at an elevation of 40+’ above sea level, which eliminates storm surge and provides protection against the most common impacts of hurricanes and tropical storms.

The site’s location is appropriate for a stand-alone enterprise user or a co-location facility.  For purposes of this analysis, the site was designed with 60,000-100,000 square feet of raised floor computer room, also known as “white space”, and both are presented to demonstrate scalability at this specific site or applicability to other sites.



Site Size
: 20-30 acres (total park size 197 Acres)

Power
Served by Florida Power & Light Company
Existing Service Voltage:                    None
FPL Service Voltage:                          23 kV
Proposed In-Service Date:                 12 months
Design Load Capacity:                       Service in excess of 20 MW

Fiber Infrastructure
Providers in Vicinity                                AT&T
High Bandwidth (distance from site)        1 mile

Other Utilities
Natural Gas: Adjacent to industrial park <1 mile to site
Provider: Florida Public Utilities
Water:  12” domestic water in nearest street
Capacity in excess of 300,000 GPD
Provider: JEA
Sewer: 10” force main nearby in street
Capacity: 300,000 GPD
Provider: JEA

Airports:
Distance to Jacksonville International Airport: 15 miles
Site is not in flight line for any airports

Road: Site is approximately three miles from Interstate 95
 

The above information provided by Florida Power and Light

 

The NCEDB exists because of the generous support of the Nassau County Board of Commissioners, our local municipalities and economic development partners.
Site Map