River City Marketplace

River City Marketplace (RCM) is a quasi-regional outdoor shopping mall in north Jacksonville, Florida and the only one north of the St. Johns River. It opened its doors on November 17, 2006 with three major anchor stores including Walmart, Lowes and Hollywood Theatres. The fourth, Gander Mountain, opened ten months later. The 125-acre (0.51 km2) shopping district is located south of Airport Road on the east side of Interstate 95, two miles (3 km) east of Jacksonville International Airport (JIA). When Phase II is fully built out, the project will have cost over $300 million to build and boast more than 100 retailers.

Read more about River City Marketplace:  Original Plans, Current Status, Anchors, National Tenants, Restaurants

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