Springfield Preservation and Revitalization Council

The Springfield Preservation and Revitalization Council was incorporated in 1974 to preserve and revitalize the commercial areas of Springfield - the first suburb in Jacksonville. The organization works with multiple stakeholders to facilitate commercial revitalization programs. The organization targets businesses according to the needs of the community, having played a role in the opening or relocation of 12 businesses to Springfield in 2010. Some development projects include a mixed-use project with 36 extended-stay units and 7,500 square feet of retail space and the JAXPORT expansion, which is estimated to bring 5,000 to 10,000 jobs to the area.

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