Genesis' 201 Mayport project is featured in an article in the Florida Times-Union in an article by Barbara Gavin about how the project site, which was formerly an eyesore, is being recast as a community asset.
From the article:
"The zoning is done; the project has received its approval from Atlantic Beach; the plan has been reviewed by the school board, the fire department, transportation people — it's ready to go," said Brian Wheeler with Genesis. "We did the site plan, the permitting, the engineering site design and are coordinating construction activities. The architecture is being done by Rolland, DelValle & Bradley, and we're working with them to coordinate the landscape architecture, the site design, engineering, and the plan development to see that it all meshes with the original intent of the plan.
Read the full article at the Florida Times-Union.
For more information on this project: 201 Mayport Project Beaches Habitat for Humanity