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Neighborhoods: Beaches Town Center

Beaches Town Center is the heart of Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach, where Atlantic Boulevard meets the ocean, twelve miles east from downtown Jacksonville. This inviting, pedestrian friendly area offers many boutiques, fitness centers, restaurants, and two oceanfront hotels in close proximity. Here's...

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Jax's Growth in 10 Amazing Time-Lapse Photos

Known for its sunny, warm climate and bounteous Southern hospitality, Jacksonville is popular with both residents and businesses. Since 2007, the city has seen a lot of new development with more stunning residential and commercial buildings adding to its charm. With the help of Google Street View, RENTCafé...

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Seven Distinctive Products Made in Jax

Manufacturing is alive and well in Jacksonville. Here's a brief look at seven interesting companies producing products you're probably very familiar with.

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Westlake and Westside: The 'Nocatee' of Jax Industry

For those of us who remember Tupac's "California Love," the west side is the best side. In Jacksonville, when it comes to industry, the west side is hard to beat. Today, Metro Jacksonville takes a visit to what could be called the "Nocatee of Industrial Jacksonville"-- Westlake and Westside Industrial...

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History Of Tha Streetz: Another Side of Jacksonville

History Of Tha Streetz Jacksonville - Duval County. A short documentary of Jacksonville hoods by TheRealStreetz.com

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Urban Living in Jacksonville: St. Johns Park

Metro Jacksonville takes a stroll through St. Johns Park.

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Nocatee Town Center: Northeast Florida's Next Downtown?

In 2008, Metro Jacksonville ran a story revealing plans for the Nocatee Town Center. Readers were asked for their opinions on if the development would truly become the urban downtown core of a new city. Since that time, Nocatee has become the third fastest growing master planned community in the country....

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Urban Living In Jacksonville: Springfield

Sights and scenes from the streets of one of Jacksonville's oldest neighborhoods: Springfield.

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Authentic Jacksonville: The City Market

By the late 19th century, Jacksonville's 31 wharfs were home to piers, warehouses, and other facilities necessary for handling ships. However, the results of the Great Fire of 1901 transformed the wharfs at the foot of Ocean Street into a special place; the type of place that attracts people from all...

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A Look Inside 220 Riverside

MAA takes Metro Jacksonville on a tour of 220 Riverside. Will this be the urban residential project that stimulates the market for more housing in downtown?

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