An unidentified company plans two warehouses on the property.
A Ryan Companies US spokesperson said Aug. 12 it is no longer developing an Amazon.com delivery station along Inman Road in St. Augustine.
St. Johns County approved the building permit for the project at 3960 Inman Road in February. Ryan Cos. planned a 125,000-square-foot last-mile distribution facility on 58.74 acres. It would have created 350 jobs.
According to a preapplication submitted to the county’s growth management department Aug. 10, another developer is proposing to build two 125,000-square-foot warehouses on 31.39 acres instead.
The developer for the project was not listed.
Jacksonville-based Fountains of St Augustine LLC is the property owner of the site at northeast Interstate 95 and Florida 16 near the St. Augustine Outlets.
The project is across Inman Road from a town house community and Burkhardt Sales and Service.
Connelly & Wicker Inc. is the project’s civil engineer. The site plan says the development would be used as a distribution facility.
There are no tenants listed on the application or site plan.
Plans show 365 employee parking spaces, 16 handicap parking spaces and zero van spaces.
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