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Grabbagreen Opens In Jax's Brooklyn Neighborhood

Grabbagreen opens first Florida location in downtown Jacksonville's Brooklyn Station. More locations are on the way. Here's the details.

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Durbin Park: NE Florida's Next Retail Mecca Takes Shape

The Pavilion, the $125 million first phase of the much anticipated Durbin Park development by Gate Petroleum and Gatlin Development, is now underway.

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Abandoned Florida: The Jones Brothers Furniture Company

Bullet of Abandoned Florida provides us with a rare look inside one of downtown Jacksonville's largest vacant early 20th century buildings: The Jones Brother's Furniture Company

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Designing for Health with the WELL Building Standard

Architects-In-Training Ledia Durmishaj and Samantha Wai provide a behind the scenes look into the design of Gresham, Smith & Partners (GS&P). Located on the top floor of One Enterprise Center, GS&P may be one of downtown Jacksonville's most impressive office spaces.

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Hogans Creek Greenway multiuse path project underway

Here's some news that should put a smile on the face of bicycle and pedestrian advocates. After years of delays, construction is underway on a long overdue multi-use path between downtown and Springfield. Here's a look at where it will go and at the work that has been done so far.

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Amazon planning to open 2,000 drive thru grocery stores

Amazon plans to build 2,000 drive through grocery stores across the country. Is Jacksonville ready?

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Syria’s Not So Civil War Explained

We are lucky to have a guest editorial here on Metrojacksonville written from the perspective of one of the least heard viewpoints in the world, a Kurdish opinion. Dr. Koohzad is a Professor Emeritus of Middle Eastern Studies, and the author of a forthcoming book called, ‘In Search of Kurdistan’....

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