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Jacksonville’s 10 Largest Shopping Centers

When someone thinks of Jacksonville, FL, "shopping" isn't likely something that immediately comes to their mind. Surprisingly though, Jacksonville's shopping scene is extremely large, offering millions of square footage, thousands of shops, and several locations throughout the county. Here is a look...

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Made in Jacksonville: Eco Relics

They say the greenest building is an existing one. However, Eco Relic's reuse of Baker & Homles' former Stockton Street warehouse may be one of the most sustainable concepts in Jacksonville.

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The Craft Breweries of Jacksonville

A look into Northeast Florida's popular craft brewing industry.

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Jacksonville's Wondrous Parks

Jacksonville is home to many beautiful parks. Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation shares this comprehensive list, with descriptions, of Jacksonville's Timucuan Trail parks.

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Springfield’s 2014 Home & Garden Tour (and Bike Tour!)

This weekend, witness the transformation of Jacksonville’s oldest neighborhood first hand, at the 36th Annual Historic Springfield Home Tour (and Bike Tour)!

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Springfield: The Northbank's National Register Historic District

Fom October 10th, 2006 we bring you one of our first photo tours of the historic Springfield area. Look how much has changed (plus some of what has been lost) since then.Confederate Park (formerly Dignan Park). The name change occurred in 1914, after the park was the epicenter of a Confederate Veterans...

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Lost Jacksonville: Times Square

San Marco would not be what it is today without the unique ambiance and sense of place of San Marco Square. Unfortunately, Jacksonville's true identity and heritage is in danger of being lost forever as time continues to move on. With that in mind, here is a brief look back at the rise and abrupt fall...

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Remembering One Spark 2014: Sights & Scenes

Here is a brief look back at general statistics, sights and scenes from Jacksonville's second annual One Spark Festival. What did One Spark tell you about downtown Jacksonville, our city's identity and potential?

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Landing Millennials Into Downtown

Thoughts on reconstructing the Jacksonville Landing and how this can be used to attract millennials to Downtown and Jacksonville.

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River City Marketplace: A Boom in North Jacksonville

While the booming Southside continues to receive most local media coverage, North Jacksonville has a rapidly growing commercial epicenter of its own. Today, Metro Jacksonville explores River City Marketplace and additional development underway around the popular shopping destination.

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