Sea Walk Pavilion and Town Center Commons

JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLORIDA

An aging beachfront community needed to attract visitors and local residents.

Jacksonville Beach leaders wanted to attract visitors and residents to the aging core beachfront community. While they wanted a new flagship venue, they recognized the fiscal constraints and need for tangible results so they partnered with Haskell. The solution was the 5,000-square-foot Sea Walk Pavilion and adjoining Town Center Commons Space.

A practical design solves real challenges.

The unique gathering place functions as a town center for the area — part public park, part festival location and part concert venue. Built to last, the Sea Walk Pavilion can withstand year after year of harsh exposure to destructive sand and salt. Haskell completed the durable structure within four months and under budget.

We accomplished a great deal of interest in a small oceanfront footprint.

Built in just four months, the project has received nine local and national awards of excellence. Today, the venue serves more than one million people in Jacksonville Beach and surrounding communities. It’s the crowning achievement in an effort to revitalize the core of Jacksonville Beach and will enhance the cultural life of the beachfront community for years to come.

  • 5,000 SF oceanside multi-use municipal venue
  • Durable elements withstand the harsh oceanside elements
  • Winner of nine local and national awards of excellence
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Haskell began as master planner, developer and builder for our Downtown Redevelopment Area, which resulted in their provision for our breathtaking new Sea Walk Pavilion."

Bob Marsden
Mayor, City of Jacksonville Beach
Exterior photo of Sea Walk Pavilion. Palm trees and tall grass obscure the view of the building.

Haskell began as master planner, developer and builder for our Downtown Redevelopment Area, which resulted in their provision for our breathtaking new Sea Walk Pavilion."

Bob Marsden
Mayor, City of Jacksonville Beach
Exterior photo of Sea Walk Pavilion. Palm trees line either side of the venue. Brick sidewalks lead all around the location.

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