Meet Nassau Florida
When people first think of Nassau County, Amelia Island and our beautiful beaches come to mind.  Look beyond our beaches and you’ll see the landscape of our county is as diverse as our residents and businesses.  Nassau County is where tourism intersects with industry, our railways and highways link to over 60 million consumers and the Port of Fernandina unites businesses with the world.  Nassau County is ideally positioned for new industry and expansion opportunities with a skilled military workforce, unsurpassed logistics network and over 17 million square feet of entitled heavy industrial and commercial space, ready to welcome you.

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    • April 5, 2019

      Wildlight Marketplace, Baptist Health and the Diocese of St. Augustine propose developments at Wildlight

      Nassau County is reviewing plans for two projects near Wildlight – the Wildlight Marketplace and the Baptist Medical Village.

      And the St. Johns River Water Management District is reviewing an application for the St. Clare Early Learning Center by the Diocese of St. Augustine in Wildlight.

      The marketplace and Baptist projects are proposed south of Florida A1A from Rayonier Inc.’s Wildlight residential, business and retail center at northeast A1A and Interstate 95.

    • March 27, 2019

      FSCJ and CareerSource of Northeast Florida to Host Spring Career Fair

      Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) and CareerSource of Northeast Florida have partnered to bring job-seekers together with local and regional employers who are looking to fill open positions.

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Office/Retail Space and Rail-served Industrial
6.8 million sq. ft. commercial, industrial, office, medical and multifamily uses
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Crawford Diamond Industrial Park
1,814 acre McCallum Sweeney Certified Industrial Park Dual Class I rail frontage (CSX and Norfolk Southern)
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