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Downtown Holiday Window Displays 2008

The City of Jacksonville has revived a wonderful tradition in downtown Jacksonville with holiday window displays for the 2008 season. Downtown storefront windows come alive with festively-decorated holiday scenes created by local artists, designers and businesses.Displays can been seen on Laura, Adams,...

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Urban Parks: Willowbranch Park

Located at 2870 Sydney Street, Willowbranch Park provides Riverside residents with 17 acres of passive and recreational public space.

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Urban Parks: The Landing Courtyard

Although Hemming Plaza is Downtown Jacksonville's historic public square, the Jacksonville Landing's courtyard has become downtown's most popular public space.

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Kings Avenue: The Importance of Rehabilitating Buildings

When you travel to a city, you don't want to go to that place out on the expressway interchange. You want to go to the center of town to see how it emerged. There, you'll find your most interesting buildings. If the city had any long-range vision for itself, it embraced these old places and continued...

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Paddling up Hogans Creek

Hogans run may be tiny, but encased in an urban jungle, it is an oasis of peace.

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Mandarin Neighborhood Tour

Mandarin is the southernmost community in Duval County. When the first post office was opened in 1765, the community was called St. Anthony. In 1783 Florida was returned to Spain and St. Anthony was renamed San Antonio.

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A Closer Look at Philips Highway

Philips Highway was once the home of Jacksonville's hottest suburbs. Now it is a prime corridor for infill growth and redevelopment.

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Urban Parks: Riverside Park

Bordered on the north by Interstate 95, Riverside Park offers 11.39 acres of open space and a diverse range of recreational opportunities in Five Points.

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San Marco: A Walking Oasis in an Unwalkable City

Almost every city has walkable neighborhoods where it's possible to live a car-lite lifestyle.

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Suburban Parks: Walter Jones Historical Park

A visit to Walter Jones Historical Park is like a trip back in time to old Florida without leaving the city limits. The 11 acre riverfront park is filled with historical treasures including a 19th century restored farmhouse, barn, sawmill and a museum.

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