Meet Nassau Florida
Meet Nassau Florida
Meet Nassau Florida
Meet Nassau County, 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 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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    • May 23, 2016

      Nassau County School District welcomes FastTrack'D training program

      This summer the Nassau County School District will once again partner with Cook Systems to bring FastTrack’D! to the Lewis “Red” Bean Nassau Technical Career Center (NTCC) in Yulee.
       
      FastTrack’D is a FREE train-to-hire program for aspiring Java developers.  It consists of an 8 week full-time boot camp styled course.  Applicants that pass the summer program are hired at a starting salary in the mid-30s and receive regularly scheduled pay increases.  At the end of the three year apprenticeship styled employment, you will be earning approximately $70K per year.  Veteran developers may earn as much as $120K per year as they become senior level programmers later in their careers.  Applicants must be open to relocation if placement requires it.
    • May 10, 2016

      WILDLIGHT WELCOMES RAYONIER’S NEW HEADQUARTERS

      Nassau County to Benefit from Relocation


      Raydient Places + Properties today announced that Rayonier Inc. will locate its corporate headquarters in a new office building to be constructed in Wildlight, Florida. With the move, Rayonier will become the first company to locate in the new community now under development about 20 miles north of Jacksonville near the interchange of Interstate 95 and Florida State Road A1A. The announcement builds on recent news that “A” rated and designated “Academically High-Performing” Nassau County School District has started construction on the Wildlight Elementary School. Both the new school and the office building are scheduled to open in the second half of 2017 along with other foundational elements of the new community.

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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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