A Whole Foods Market will anchor the One Riverside project on the southwest corner of Riverside avenue and Acosta Bridge in Jacksonville, Florida. The $250 million One Riverside project is replacing the demolished Florida Times-Union building.

The old Florida Times-Union building was home to what is widely believed to be the oldest newspaper in Florida from 1967 to 2019.

One Riverside project

One Riverside project is an upcoming mixed-use project which will not only have retail space anchored by Whole Foods but will also have luxury multi-family residential units and restaurants. The project is being developed in 2 phases by Fuqua Development.

Location History

This aerial image of the location in 1960 with multiple buildings and the original Acosta Bridge which was rebuilt on 1991.
Aerial view in 2022 before the former five-story home of the Florida Times-Union building was demolished. 
Street view of the Florida Times-Union building in 2021 from Leila Street.

Whole Foods History

  • Whole Foods Market was founded in Austin, Texas back in 1980.
  • In 1984 Whole Foods began to expand beyond Austin.
  • In 2017, Amazon announced it would acquire Whole Foods Market.

Jacksonville Facts

  • Jacksonville is the largest city by area in the contiguous United States.
  • The area was originally inhabited by the Timucua people.
  • It was named after the 7th President of the United States: Andrew Jackson.
  • A fire in 1901 downtown Jacksonville, destroyed over 2000 buildings and left approximately 10,000 people homeless.
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1 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32202