Meet Nassau Florida
Meet Nassau Florida
Meet Nassau Florida
Where Florida Meets the Southeast
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 50 million consumers and the Port of Fernandina unites businesses with the world.  Nassau County is ideally positioned for new businesses and expansion opportunities with a skilled workforce, unsurpassed logistics network and over 17 million square feet of entitled commercial and industrial space, ready to welcome you.
 


"This is my second time calling Amelia Island “home” and I don’t plan to leave.  I returned to Nassau County in 2013 after 13 years living throughout Florida and California.  Having the opportunity to become managing director at Omni Amelia Island Plantation and being familiar with what the area has to offer I could not resist.  The beautiful natural surroundings, quality of life and sense of community are unparalleled.  I am honored to live, work and play in Amelia Island…true paradise!"
Donald Stamets - Managing Director, Omni Amelia Island Plantation
"It's a great place.  We have a family friendly atmosphere for our employees. 
When our employees come here, they want to stay here."
Jeff Householder - President, Florida Public Utilities
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    • July 25, 2016

      FSCJ receives multi-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for needs-based nursing scholarships

      Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) was awarded a four-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Human Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) which will provide scholarships for disadvantaged full-time students in the Associate of Science (A.S.) in Nursing degree program.

      In this first year, FSCJ was awarded $647,800 to support 50 scholarships for nursing students who are in need of financial assistance. The scholarship will provide for books, uniforms and other incidentals incurred while completing the 16-month program. The full grant total has the potential to reach over $2.5 million and assist 200 nursing students to achieve their A.S. degree.

    • July 12, 2016

      Two Nassau County companies among second-stage businesses competing for state recognition

      (Nassau County, Fla.)  GrowFL has announced the 2016 Florida Companies to Watch finalists.  The awards event - now in its sixth year - honors 50 select second-stage companies from throughout the state for developing valuable products and services, creating quality jobs, enriching communities, and broadening new industries throughout Florida. More than 600 companies were nominated for this year’s award.  The finalists collectively represent $598 million in annual revenue and employ 3,028 full-time equivalent employees.
  • Monday, July 25, 2016
    As part of my job as the director of marketing for the Nassau County Economic Development Board, I follow social ...
  • Wednesday, June 01, 2016
    A Q&A with Peter von Dyck, CEO of Fernandina Beach-based e-Zassi, a software-as-a-service company.  Their cloud-based software offers enterprises such as Campbell’s Soup, WD40 and Vi...

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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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Data Center
197-acre industrial park, situated 3 miles from I-95 and 15 miles from Jacksonville International Airport. Sited at an elevation of 40+ feet above sea level
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Crawford Diamond Industrial Site
1,814 acre McCallum Sweeney Certified Industrial Park Dual Class I rail frontage (CSX and Norfolk Southern)
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