A two-story building will be built at Flagler Center in south Jacksonville by General Capital Group and Duke Realty Corp. The building will be used by a U.S. General Services Administration to house immigration services. Four years were spent to locate potential properties for the services. Eventually, it was determined that nothing worked for a retrofit, so a greenfields site will be developed. The new building is going to be a "green" building and be certified as a LEED building, meaning it will be internationally certified as a green building. LEED stands for "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design." Duke Realty Corp. is going to be the general contractor and General Capital Group the developer. The Flagler Center is located near the Interstate 95/St. Augustine Road interchange. The owner/developer of the project, General Capital Group, will lease the building to General Services Administration, which is scheduled to be completed in February 2012. To learn more about this article, visit New GSA building for Flagler Center.
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