On July 3rd 2020, Cumberland Inlet, the name of the proposed development on the former Mill Site, was featured in an article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
On Thursday, June 18th, the Camden County Joint Development Authority entered into a development agreement with Jacoby Development Inc. of Atlanta. The Development agreement marks a key step in redeveloping the former Gilman/Durango Mill Site into a nearly 700-acre mixed-use facility that could include a marina, dry-stacks, a town center featuring restaurants and retail, luxury housing, market-rate apartments, a signature hotel, eco-tourism opportunities, and more.
Brand new vehicles will be rolling into St. Marys by the hundreds starting next month because of a leasing agreement between the city and Subaru Corporation of America. Council approved leasing the city’s former airport site to the company for overflow parking over the next three months after an executive session Monday (April 20, 2020).
On the 23rd of January 2020, the Camden County Joint [...]
James Coughlin, Camden County Joint Development Authority’s Executive Director, and Alyce Thornhill from the Georgia Department of Economic Development for Region 12 have both been announced as members of the 2019 Leadership Southeast Georgia Economic Board of Directors.
Camden County has been selected as a finalist for a satellite manufacturer seeking to construct a production facility near a spaceport and with convenient access to other spaceport facilities in the eastern U.S.. The company referred to as Project Orbit would bring 100 jobs with an average salary of $85,000 / year. The Joint Development Authority and county officials are working to close the deal with this company while also in negotiations with other manufacturers and space operators.