The Board of Directors of the University of Florida Development Corporation will hold a special conference call on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 10:30 am in 123 Tigert Hall, Gainesville, Florida. Copies of the agenda package for the meeting can be obtained by contacting Stephanie Fisher by phone at 352.392.1358, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodation in order to attend or participate in this public meeting is asked to advise the University of Florida at least 48 hours in advance by contacting the UF Planning Design and Construction office at (352) 273-4000. Hearing and speech impaired persons should contact the University at (352) 846-1046 (TDD).
Concept Companies and Gateway Development Services Break Ground for 55,000 Sq. Ft. Class A Mixed-use Building to Support Rapid Growth Ventures at UF’s Innovation Square. Read More
The UF Board of Trustees and UF President Kent Fuchs are still debating the future of the corner of 13th Street and West University Avenue. The .4 acre property was bought by the University of Florida Foundation in August 2016. Leonardo's By The Slice and Bistro 1245 will be forced to close when a plan is finalized. Read More
The user of the proposed leased area is the operations of the University of Florida’s College of Public Health and Health Professions, Department of Therapy. All uses are teaching, administrative, faculty & staff offices, public service and patient clinic space. Delineation of required spaces: The proposed Premises should include approximately 9,300-10,000 usable square feet to be reflected as rentable square feet for leasing purposes. The location desired is within a 15 minute safe walk from the College of Public Health and Health Professions, 1225 Center Drive Gainesville, Florida. Premises will provide the following major uses: Secured Area – A minimum of: • 4 Faculty offices (approximately 120-160 USF each). It is preferable that these offices are located along the perimeter of the open spaces. • 1 Reception area (approximately 300 - 400 USF, conditioned space). • 2 Large open spaces (approximately 2,500-4,000 USF each). Ideally the open spaces would be free of load bearing columns or walls that restrict movement or visual fields. The space is used as a classroom and lab for students and also as a patient clinic. Flexibility to configure the open spaces is essential, as is secure access. • 1 Break Room (approximately 300 - 400 USF) with sink, cabinets, and room for a full size refrigerator, table and microwave. • Parking spaces, user prefers at least 10 spaces with a minimum of 6 spaces. • Handicap accessible men’s and women’s restroom(s) space to accommodate up to 80 people at any given time. Timing: Occupany is desired as soon as possible. Read More
Hub 2, a 7-story student apartment, planned across from Krispy Kreme Read More