Jacoby Development In The News
Jacoby Development is one of the country’s most prestigious mixed-use development firms. Follow recent news articles featuring Jacoby Development’s progression and upcoming developments in the media.
Mill site could have
July 13, 2020, by Gordon Jackson, The Brunswick News.
Renowned developer Jim Jacoby of the Jacoby Group is poised to purchase the former paper mill site in St. Marys and hopes to close on the sale by the end of the year. Jacoby plans to follow through with the Camden County Joint Development Authority’s vision for a marine facility, where boats can be docked, serviced and stored, with some minor redesigns. It also includes a town center with restaurant, retail and residential units.
Atlanta's Jacoby Development plans 700-acre project on Georgia coast
July 2, 2020, by David Allison, Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Atlanta’s Jacoby Development is planning a 700-acre mixed-use project in Camden County on Georgia’s coast. The project, called Cumberland Inlet, calls for the redevelopment of approximately 722 acres of the former Durango Paper Mill site located within the city of St. Marys, and adjacent to the North River.
Jacoby signs Development
agreement for mill site
June 25, 2020, by Jill Helton, Tribune and Georgian
An agreement reached last week between a private developer and three local governments could mark the return of the former paper mill site in St. Marys as an economic driver. Camden County Joint Development Authority (JDA) met in executive session on June 18, and then reconvened in public to unanimously approve the agreement.
JDA, Jacoby sign
MOU for mill site project
January 30, 2020, by Jill Helton, Tribune and Georgian.
A redevelopment plan for the former paper mill site in St. Marys got one step closer to reality last week with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Camden County Joint Development Authority (JDA) and Jacoby Development. Described as an essential first step in the process, the 27-page memorandum outlines the frameworks and parameters for an eventual development agreement.