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.
On the 23rd of January 2020, the Camden County Joint [...]
While almost everyone in Camden County agrees that we need to bring more jobs to the community, opinions still vary widely on how we accomplish this. During the time we were on the upward slope of Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base’s development, Camden County could afford to get by on its “good looks.” Many businesses opened here between the 1980s and the 2000s. Scores of houses were built because of the thousands of military and civil service personnel attached to the base. But in the last 15 years or so, our workforce has shrunk...
The Camden County Joint Development Authority, City of St. Marys and Two River St. Marys, LLC signed a development agreement for Wharf St. Marys earlier this week. Bruce Benton, President of Two River St. Marys, LLC, is developing the marina concept which will include a marina, boat repair, haul out services, retail, restaurant and residential opportunities. James Coughlin, Executive Director of the Joint Development Authority stated “This is an important day for St. Marys and Camden County. After 15 years of sitting idle, the former site of Camden’s economic engine is poised to be the catalyst of a new era of prosperity.” Mr. Benton’s model creates a marine park that will be a true destination for those travelling by water or highway and one that can be enjoyed and appreciated by locals as well.