Jaguars owner Shad Khan plans Four Seasons Lodge ground-breaking

The design of a riverfront development anchored by Four Seasons Lodge Jacksonville will crack ground afterwards this year under the direction of luxury hotel builder PCL Development, the Jaguars and staff owner Shad Khan’s Iguana Investments declared Friday.

The addition of PCL to the advancement group marks a “major milestone,” said Drew Frick, Jaguars’ senior vice president of real estate and growth.

“With a total group now in place, we’ve fully transitioned from strategy to execution,” he reported in the announcement. “The partners we’ve assembled are planet-renowned and have intensive encounter. Our Northbank riverfront is in great fingers.”

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A rendering prepared for a Downtown Development Review Board meeting on Thursday shows a view from the riverwalk that would go in front of the Four Seasons Hotel Jacksonville.

Jacksonville Metropolis Council approved $114 million in taxpayer support for the offer in a unanimous vote last October.

Khan and his Iguana Investments must spend at minimum $301 million in private financing for the five-star development that would incorporate about 176 hotel rooms, 25 luxurious condominiums and a six-tale Course A place of work creating, in accordance to conditions of the advancement arrangement.

The Downtown Enhancement Evaluate Board is set to vote on last structure acceptance future Thursday for the resort and place of work developing.

Rick Goldman, vice president and district supervisor of PCL Development, mentioned the  construction management agency is “proud to be part of the initially 5-star hotel in Jacksonville.”

“We are enthusiastic for the opportunity to create the 4 Seasons Resort Jacksonville along with our Jacksonville Jaguars and Iguana Improvement partners, who are dedicated to bringing the Shipyards and the surrounding neighborhood to life as an occasions and leisure destination,” Goldman claimed in a statement produced by the Jaguars.

The agency has been associated in extra than $8 billion in hospitality development including  the 4 Seasons Vacation resort Ko Olina, 4 Seasons Vacation resort Whistler, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto and the 4 Seasons Resort Lanai.

Khan has owned the

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San Antonio developer Weston Urban buys Koehler House with plans for hotel, restaurant

Weston Urban added another item to its collection of iconic San Antonio landmarks. The developer behind downtown’s Frost Tower purchased the Koehler House from Alamo College District on Tuesday, February 22. While details on the developer’s plans for the 121-year-old house are limited, Weston Urban’s San Antonio projects show that the plans could be ambitious.  

The Koehler House at 310 West Ashby Place sold for $2.03 million at Tuesday’s meeting, with approval from Alamo College’s board members. The board previously designated the 12,655-square-foot house and the 1.9-acre property as surplus in September 2021. 



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Weston Urban was the highest among two bidders, according to agenda documents. Led by Rackspace Technology Co-founder Graham Weston, Weston Urban says the property will be used for a hotel, restaurant and entertainment space. 

San Antonio College president Robert Vela sent a letter to the Tobin Hill Community Association on Monday, February 21, saying the property will “become an asset for the neighborhood with all amenities open/available for use by guests and walk-in customers,” the Express-News reported.

Here is a look at some of Weston Urban’s past and upcoming projects to give a sense of what the developer could do with the historic property.

Rand Building

Weston Urban purchased the 100-year-old Rand Building from Frost Bank. It now hosts coworking space Geekdom and Pabst Brewing Company.

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Weston Urban bought the historic Rand Building in 2013 and underwent a complete interior and exterior renovation to make way for coworking space company Geekdom. 

Pabst Brewing Company would later move its headquarters into the building in 2020. 

Milam Building

Weston Urban bought the Milam Building in San Antonio in 2016.

Weston Urban bought the Milam Building in San Antonio in 2016.

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Weston Urban purchased this historic 21-story building at 115 E Travis Street in 2016. Randy Smith, president and CEO of Weston Urban, says the Chicago Gothic revival building would be mostly commercial and office space. Weston Urban’s website says the project is still “under construction.”

The Park

Weston Urban unveiled a 1.2-acre park  in November 2020 on the west side of downtown San Antonio near Frost Tower that is also home to Pinkerton's barbecue. 

Weston Urban unveiled a 1.2-acre park  in November 2020 on the west side of

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