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Mr. Aundra C. Wallace

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Downtown Investment Authority Chi...

City of Jacksonville
117 West Duval St. Suite 200
Jacksonville , Florida 32202
United States

Company Description: In November 2006, the City of Jacksonville created the Grants Management Office (GMO) in order to analyze and quantify the City's grant capacity while...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • bachelor of science , political science
    Georgia Southern University
  • masters of public administration
    Clark Atlanta University
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Downtown Vision, Inc. Board of Directors for Downtown Jacksonville, 21 Sept 2014 [cached]
AUNDRA WALLACE Downtown Investment Authority
Aundra Wallace is the executive director of the City of Jacksonville's Downtown Investment Authority. He has served in this capacity since August 2013. Prior to coming to Jacksonville, Wallace spent three years as executive director of the Detroit Land Bank Authority, with previous experience as the Senior Vice President for Commercial Real Estate at the North Carolina Community Development Initiative, as well as holding several positions managing community, economic and housing development initiatives more than 12 years with Miami-Dade County Government. Wallace holds a masters of public administration from Clark Atlanta University and a bachelor of science in political science from Georgia Southern University. He is a Certified Housing Development Finance Professional and a Certified Economic Development Finance Professional.
Recent blog posts, 23 April 2014 [cached]
Aundra Wallace, our DIA CEO, can be Jacksonville's Harvey Gantt to see this through.
It is now time for our stakeholders to coalesce around Aundra and get the process moving forward.
Aundra ..., 19 Feb 2015 [cached]
Aundra Wallace
"By the time we get to 2025, if these projects come to fruition … Downtown Jacksonville will be able to compete," said Aundra Wallace, CEO of the Downtown Investment Authority. "People can no longer just talk about Central Florida, St. Petersburg or Tampa."
The 2025 date isn't random. It's the time frame the authority set to have 10,000 residents living Downtown. That number is about 3,800 now, Wallace said.
Both also will likely seek public assistance in some form through the DIA, though neither has yet, Wallace said.
A Shipyards plan is expected to be submitted Monday. Wallace said he expects something from Healthy Town's principals, Peter Rummell and Mike Balanky, once the two close on the land and perform a level of due diligence.
Yet, while each may ask for help, Wallace said he doesn't see them as competing with one another - they're too different in scope. One being a community geared around healthy living, the other with an eye toward sports and entertainment.
Although, when projects start competing, it's a good sign for Downtown, he said.
"I'd welcome the opportunity," Wallace said.
Instead of competing, though, Wallace said he thinks the Shipyards and Healthy Town will complement each other.
Wallace said plans for the Shipyards and Healthy Town also could help guide the future of the Landing, the third part of what he calls "the trifecta" for riverfront development.
With the Shipyards ideas now public, Wallace said it provides an opportunity for the Landing to implement ideas that complement the two instead of compete.
"I think it's great to have these things going on at the time so we can all understand what's out there," he said.
Wallace and the authority are in the process of hiring a consultant to create a Landing redevelopment plan that focuses on waterfront and public space.
Aundra C. Wallace, executive ..., 12 June 2013 [cached]
Aundra C. Wallace, executive director of the Detroit Land Bank, has been named the first CEO of the Downtown Investment Authority. Wallace was one of two finalists interviewed by the DIA Board June 6.
New Partners for Smart Growth, 27 Aug 2011 [cached]
Aundra Wallace, President, Detroit Land Bank. Presentation(PDF)
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