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Barnett: The rise and fall of Florida's largest bank

Once housing an institution that enhanced the lives of tens of thousands of citizens over a century, the abandoned Barnett Bank Building still stands two blocks from William Boyd Barnett’s 1877 bank, despite its namesake disappearing from the banking industry nearly 20 years ago.

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Edgewood Avenue No Longer on the Edge of Development

New businesses are starting to form clusters in Murray Hill, but infrastructure changes are needed to connect the dots.

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A Neighborhood Transformed By Craft Beer

Infrastructure improvements heralded the way for a market-based renaissance driven by craft beer along a long-derelict commercial district in Jacksonville. Now the entrepreneurs that fueled King Street's success are opening businesses in additional neighborhoods throughout the city.

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Beyond San Marco by Design

Article by Valerie Feinberg, AICP originally published in 1st Coast Planner August 2016 Email Newsletter and on

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8 big firms hiring you and making jobs near Town Center

If you're in need of employment or a career change, here's eight places to keep your eye on!

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San Marco's Florida Baptist site to become apartments reports that plans are in the pipeline for another major mixed-use development in San Marco.

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