Latitude Global Inc., a Jacksonville-based entertainment company, has signed a letter of intent to lease the 120,000-square-foot former Haydon Burns Library, now known as The Library, at 122 N. Ocean St., the Financial News & Daily Record reports.
“We would bring a Latitude 30 Downtown,” said Philip Alia, Latitude chief marketing officer, who confirmed the agreement Friday.
It would include 12 bowling lanes, a sports theater and meeting rooms, among other features, he said, as well as the corporate headquarters.
Broker and contractor Bill Cesery said Thursday a potential tenant would lease the entire space but he would not elaborate.
“It would be exciting for Downtown,” he said.
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