Jacksonville Landing Facts.
Sleiman Enterprises has been ready to redevelop The Jacksonville Landing since the day they bought it. And Sleiman Enterprises remains ready. Sleiman Enterprises is not allowed to change anything from its current structure without the City’s approval.
Less than three weeks before the court date, the city of Jacksonville did a complete 180 and reversed its position on the east parking lot lawsuit. The city now agrees […]Read More
The City of Jacksonville owns the East Parking Lot, see the property’s title here on the Duval County Property Appraiser’s website with listed owner City of Jacksonville. In May 2007, […]Read More
While the City demanded via a Friday letter that Sleiman Enterprises’ terminate its Landing lease, Sleiman Enterprises filed subpoenas Friday for Mayor Curry and his Chief Administrative Officer Sam Mousa. […]Read More
This City’s letter of termination is a non-event. It’s a desperate attempt to disrespect and circumvent the legal system where we’ve already filed in court. It’s another bullying tactic by […]Read More
Poll results: Jacksonville Landing redevelopment would have largest impact on JacksonvilleRead More