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San Jose: Mature 1920s Jacksonville suburbia

What is now recognized as the neighborhood of San Jose, 4.5 miles south of Jacksonville, was originally envisioned to be a grand master-planned development.

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Photos: Springfield's 2016 Spring Home Tour

This year's well attended Springfield Home Tour featured six houses ranging from a 1908 Colonial Revival to a 2014 net-zero bungalow.

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Historic Springfield's 2016 Tour of Homes

Grab your bicycle, slip on your flip flops (or drive if you must) and enjoy touring seven unique venues, both historic and modern, on the 2016 Historic Springfield Tour of Homes on May 21st & 22nd. Purchase your tickets early now for a discount (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/historic-springfield-tour-of-homes-may-21-22-tickets-21414636755).

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Exploring Arlington: The Residential Waterfront

Arlington may forever be known as Jacksonville's first major post-war suburb built for the accommodation of the automobile. However, its residential architectural diversity and mature landscape are overlooked assets that make it unique in Jacksonville.

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Hard to find public spaces: Dames Point Park

Metro Jacksonville visits a secluded public space that's 175 feet below one of the city's most iconic structures: Dames Point Park.

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The Sad Saga of 439 East First Street

Preservations Save Our Springfield (SOS) shares their side of the story that led to the unfortunate demise of 439 East 1st Street.

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