Engage Jacksonville - Q2 2021 MSA Overview

Q2 2021

ENGAGE JACKSONVILLE MSAOVERVIEW

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WHY JACKSONVILLE?

Source: U.S. Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2020

LABOR POOL & TALENT • Population growth in 2020 was almost double the national average • Jacksonville has a strong pipeline of skilled tech workforce with more than 13,000 IT graduates each year • 150,000 students in a 100 mile radius • Home to four military bases and a strong pipeline of talent

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT • Diversified economy • Cost-friendly location for business • Business friendly regulatory environment • Top 20 Port in the U.S. with operations spread over three separate facilities

AFFORDABILITY & HOUSING • Cost of living half of larger gateway markets • Median home price is 58% less than the national average • No state income tax • Low corporate tax rate

WORK/LIFE BALANCE • World class beaches and the St. Johns River • Top rated golf courses including the PGA tournament • Professional football and several minor league sports teams • 23 national, state and local parks that take people to the beaches, marshes and area wetlands

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WHY JACKSONVILLE?

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

FINANCIAL SERVICES The region’s talent support a wide range of companies in financial services, including banking, investments, insurance, mortgage and cybersecurity. Leading hospitals and cutting edge medical companies have long located in Northeast Florida to tap into its skilled workforce and sizeable consumer base. IT AND INNOVATION The region is considered one of the fastest growing regions for high tech jobs, fed by the solid pipeline of military veterans and graduates from area universities. HEALTHCARE & LIFE SCIENCESS

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Manufacturers find success in Jacksonville due to our infrastructure, competitive business climate and access to talent including 3,000 retiring veterans annually. TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS Two deep-water ports, 3 major interstates (I-95, I-10 and I-295), 3 major railroads and an international airport system make Jacksonville one of the best cities for logistics infrastructure in the Southeast.

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2020 Jacksonville Total Population 1.6 MILLION

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LABOR FORCE 980,000

Jacksonville is the place where talent and companies thrive. The diverse workforce can support business needs in an array of industries and specialties.

POPULATION AGE 20-34 20.6%

BACHELOR OR HIGHER 24.1%

Source: Moody’s, 2021

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EDUCATION FUNDAMENTALS

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

TOP COLLEGES BY ENROLLMENT () FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE OF JACKSONVILLE

44,600

17,000

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA

4,200

JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY

2,600

FLAGLER COLLEGE

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68,400

SECONDARY EDUCATION HOME TO TWO OF AMERICA’S TOP HIGH SCHOOLS - NEWSWEEK

St. John’s County has the top school district in Florida. 9 YEARS IN A ROW

STANTON COLLEGE PREP

Source: EMSI 2021

PAXON SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED STUDIES

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JACKSONVILLE TOURISM

AWARD-WINNING JACKSONVILLE ZOO TOP 25

in the U.S. by Trip Advisor

22MILES of beaches

THENATION’S LARGEST URBAN PARK SYSTEM 80,000 ACRES of green spaces & over

CRUISE INDUSTRY CREATED 460 NEW JOBS & CONTRIBUTES $67 MILLION ANNUALLY

GENERATES $3.2 BILLION IN DIRECT & INDIRECT ECONOMY

20 MILLION VISITORS EVERY YEAR

SUPPORTS 22,000 LOCAL JOBS

40 MILES of hiking trails

2 MAJOR golf tournaments & 2 MAJOR collage football games

8PROFESSIONAL sports teams including 1 NFL TEAM

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CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT DYNAMICS

8,500 RESIDENTS

45,000 DOWNTOWN EMPLOYEES

JACKSONVILLE BY THE NUMBERS

DOWNTOWN ART EVENTS

$910 MILLION INVESTED IN COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL/RETAIL PROJECTS $820 MILLION INVESTED IN INFRASTRUCTURE

ART IN PUBLIC PLACES FIRST WEDNESDAY ART WALK ART (RE)PUBLIC HOME TO ONE OF FLORIDA’S THREE FULL-TIME SYMPHONIES

3 FORTUNE 500

COMPANIES CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS

$1.1 BILLION IN PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

45 MURALS & MOSAICS

10 GALLERIES

39 SCULPTURES

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ECONOMIC DRIVERS JACKSONVILLE

NEWHOUSING STOCK +7.7K

GROSS METRO PRODUCT +18.3K

POPULATION +110K

NET MIGRATION 55,000

OFFICE-USING EMPLOYMENT 186.6K

FIVE YEAR PROJECTIONS 2021 - 2025 Source Moody’s Analytics

USERS IN THE MARKET Source Moody’s Analytics

JOB GROWTH +75.0K

BIOMEDICAL HEALTHCARE 1 IN 6 JOBS

E-COMMERCE 21.6 MSF Leased in Last 5 Years

JAXPORT +1.3M Teu’s Annaully 2020

INFRASTRUCTURE/ PUBLICWORKS $1.0B in Hwy Projects

Tourism

Global Headquarters

International Airports

Ports

Military Bases

Professional Sports

Higher Education

Major Retail

Source: Moody’s, 2021

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EMPLOYMENT STRENGTH REGIONAL

Jacksonville is home to 104 regional, corporate, and division headquarters.

NATIONAL & REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS

1,400 EMPLOYEES

1,500 EMPLOYEES

4,500 EMPLOYEES

2,000 EMPLOYEES

7,000 EMPLOYEES

3,900 EMPLOYEES

8,000 EMPLOYEES

2,400 EMPLOYEES

Source: JaxUSA

OTHER NOTABLE EMPLOYERS

• Nemours Foundation • Pilot Coropration of America, Inc. • Comcast

• Adecco Group • Fidelity National Financial • Fanatics

• Web.com • Acosta • Crowley Maritime Corporation

• Vystar Credit Union • Stein Mart • Publix

Source: JAXUSA Partnership 2021

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4,700+ LICENSED HOSPITAL BEDS

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Source: Florida Health Finder 2018

Fruit Cove

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Doctors Inlet

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ST. JOHNS COUNTY Palm Valley Rd

MILITARY PRESENCE & VETERAN PIPLINE

With six military installations in the

Jacksonville area, the military provides employment stability and creates an almost $12 billion economic impact to the county. Sales Activity: $12 billion Consumption: $6.9 million Capital Investment: $2.5 million

Jacksonville has an estimated 17% of Florida’s military economy.

Jacksonville has over 3,000 skilled veterans returning to the private sector.

JACKSONVILLE QUICK STATS

MARINE CORPS BLOUNT ISLAND COMMAND

NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE

CAMP BLANDING JOINT TRAINING CENTER

119,000 ACRES OF MILITARY INSTALLATION

30,203 CIVILIAN PERSONNEL

56,598 MILITARY PERSONNEL

2,672 CONTRACTORS

FLEET READINESS CENTER SOUTHEAST

NAVAL AIR STATION MAYPORT

KINGS BAY SUBMARINE BASE

Source: www.enterpriseflorida.com 2018

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JAXPORT & INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Located at the crossroads of the nation’s rail and highway network, JAXPORT is a global gateway to Florida. JAXPORT is Florida’s largest container port by volume and the nation’s second-busiest vehicle handling port. JAXPORT owns, maintains and markets three cargo terminals, two intermodal rail terminals and one passenger cruise terminal.

JAXPORT FACTS & FIGURES

AND AN ECONOMIC IMPACT OF

PROVIDES 138,500 JOBS

$31.1 BILLION

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20 CONTAINER CRANES

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(SECOND LARGEST VEHICLE HANDLING PORT IN THE U.S.) 555,900 VEHICLES

1.3 MILLION TEUS

CSX, NORFOLK SOUTHERN, FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY 3 MAJOR RAILROADS

Source: JAXUSA Partnership 2021

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OFFICE SNAPSHOT Q2 2021

TOTAL OFFICE INVENTORY

DIRECT ASKING RENT $21.65 PSF/YEAR

DIRECT VACANCY 16.1%

23.9 MSF

LEASING ACTIVITY 449,148 SF

DIRECT ABSORPTION -735,007 SF

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CLASS B

10.6 MSF

10.6 MSF

*Figures are year-to-date, rents represent triple net

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Research

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INDUSTRIAL SNAPSHOT Q2 2021

TOTAL INDUSTRIAL INVENTORY

DIRECT VACANCY 6.3%

UNDER CONSTRUCTION 2.1 MSF

98.6 MSF

WAREHOUSE DISTRIBUION

MANUFACTURING 19.2 MSF

LEASING ACTIVITY* 4.9 MSF

DIRECT ABSORPTION* 2.1 MSF

DIRECT RENTS $5.05 PSF

75.0 MSF

OFFICE SERVICE 4.3 MSF

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Research

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RETAIL SNAPSHOT Q2 2021

TOTAL RETAIL INVENTORY

DIRECT ASKING RENT $191 PSF

CAP RATE 6.9%

VACANCY RATE 4.3%

97.8 MSF

AVERAGE RENT $18.91 PSF

YTD ABSORPTIONS 13,942

YTD COMPLETIONS 5,000

UNDER CONSTRUCTION 1,071,592

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Research

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MULTIFAMILY SNAPSHOT Q2 2021

3,000 UNITS YTD CONSTRUCTION COMPLETIONS 4,300 UNITS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

TOTAL MULTIFAMILY INVENTORY

AVERAGE PRICE/UNIT $150,000

CAP RATE 5.6%

96,000 UNITS

AVG ASKING RENT/ UNIT $1,300

YTD ABSORPTION 136 UNITS

CLASS A 33,042 UNITS

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Research

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