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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    • May 11, 2018

      Wildlight Announces First Multi-Family Development

      Today, Raydient Places + Properties announced that Atlanta-based Varden Capital Properties (VCP) and Tellus Partners will work with Buckhaven Construction Services (BCS) to develop a 279-unit apartment complex on 12.7 acres in Wildlight, the new town under development in Nassau County. The apartment complex will include a variety of amenities including a pool, fitness center, clubhouse and dog park.

    • April 24, 2018

      Northeast Florida’s Inaugural Reverse Job Fair a Huge Success

      On Wednesday, April 18th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the Nassau County School District hosted the region’s first Reverse Job Fair at the Lewis “Red” Bean Nassau Technical Center on the FSCJ Campus in Yulee.  Nearly 240 job seekers participated along with 50 hiring managers from Nassau County’s largest employers participated.

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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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