WILDLIGHT, FL - July 29, 2020 - Today, Raydient Places + Properties announced that Yulee KinderCare has opened a 10,000-square-foot early childhood education and care facility in Wildlight. The nationally recognized learning center will serve more than 140 children, ages six weeks to 12 years old, and offer high-quality programs in safe nurturing environments where kids can learn, grow and build confidence for life.
Home is where the heart is but after spending so much time there, it may be feeling a little less sweet. Even though [...]
So, you’re home for a while. Spending your days under a roof and in a handful of rooms you know very well [...]
Skinner Bros. Realty Announces Continued Expansion at Wildlight With New Multi-Tenant Complex Development
WILDLIGHT, FL - February 3, 2020 - Skinner Bros. Realty is continuing expansion at Wildlight with a new multi-tenant retail complex that will bring additional retail, restaurant and specialty service offerings to the area’s Village Center. This is the third overall building development and second multi-tenant retail complex in Wildlight by the Jacksonville-based real estate developers. The building is slated for completion in August 2020 and will continue to advance the community’s growth and progression.
Labor Day can be a little bittersweet, as holidays go. Of course, it marks the unofficial end of summer, but you also get to kick back for a long weekend. Here are four activities that are sure to fill your weekend with fun.
A Lowcountry boil is a welcoming get-together with fresh seafood and Southern hospitality where the neighborhood comes together for good food and company.
Nassau County Schools teach students about agriculture, and how fish can help grow vegetables with aquaponics projects and scholarships at Wildlight.
Fiber optic networks connect homes and businesses in Wildlight to the Internet at speeds 10 to 20 times faster than standard hookups.
Companies can rely on essential services and infrastructure built in Wildlight from the start, so new businesses will relocate and thrive in Nassau County.