Cathedral Arts Project signs with Matthew Clark to move Downtown

Cathedral Arts Project signs with Matthew Clark to move Downtown


Prime Realty is pleased to announce Cathedral Arts Project has moved to the third floor of The Elks Building downtown at 201 N Laura St Jacksonville FL.With 7,800 SF and the spectacular views from their third floor balcony overlooking Laura St, the space is an ideal fit for Cathedral Arts Project. The fully restored and updated property built in 1925 is a prized piece of Jacksonville Florida history. “Cathedral Arts Project’s move downtown is conducive of the energy and environment that has been curated by participants in Downtown Jacksonville’s grassroots cultural movement.” -Matthew Clark, Vice President of retail services said. Moving from Southpoint and JTB to the art and cultural friendly area of downtown will only further contribute to the growth of Cathedral Arts Project.

Kimberly Hyatt, president and CEO of the Cathedral Arts Project, anticipates the move will take place in early December 2014. " For more than two years, our organization has been looking for a Downtown office that would make us more accessible to our civic and cultural partners. As soon as we toured the space in the Elks Building, with its views of Laura Street from the gorgeous balcony and its proximity to Hemming Park, I knew we had found our permanent home. This move puts us right in the heart of the city's cultural center, which will allow us all closer to our shared vision for every child in our community to have access to an arts -rich education."

The Elks Building built in 1925 and designed by Roy Benjamin reflects the Mediterranean Revival style popular in the 1920s. Originally designed as a mix use building, the Elks Club used the top two floors for meetings and special events while the first floor has always been used for retail. With its third floor being leased immediately upon availability, and limited space left we are asking businesses looking for more information about The Elks Building at 201 N Laura St. to contact Matthew Clark at 904.239.5269 of Prime Realty.

About Cathedral Arts Project

The Cathedral Arts Project mission is to enrich the quality of life in Northeast Florida through unleashing the creative spirit of young people. By providing access to instruction in the visual and performing arts, we empower underserved, school-aged children to succeed in all areas of their lives.
The Cathedral Arts Project serves more than 2,000 students two afternoons each week during the school year and summer, providing quality, standards-based instruction in dance, music, theatre and the visual arts at no charge to our students.

About Prime Realty

Prime Realty is a full service commercial real estate firm servicing developers, owners, tenants and investors throughout the Florida and Georgia markets. Prime Realty creates value for its clients through their superior process for selecting, developing, managing and marketing real estate. Their goal is to achieve the greatest return on the real estate assets they service. What separates Prime Realty from the average real estate firm is proven systems for success and commitment to operational excellence. Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, Prime Realty is under the direction of Tyler Saldutti.  For more information on Prime Realty, visit