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Urban Exploration: The Shoppes of Avondale

Originally constructed in the 1920's, this strip of retail stores on St. Johns Avenue still brings in the crowds with a diverse collection of upscale specialty retail boutiques, restaurants, and galleries.

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Jacksonville's Central Park?

There are 37 acres of greenspace creating the border between Downtown and the Springfield Historic District. Confederate Park and playground, H.J. Klutho Park, W.W. Schell Park, and McPherson Park all make up the Springfield park system. Pocket parks work in certain situations, but this area is urban...

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Jacksonville University

Jacksonville University (JU) is a private university located on the east bank of the St. Johns River in Arlington.

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Springfield's Dog Days in the Park

The Springfield Animal Care Rescue Club hosted the 2nd annual Dog Days in the Park on Saturday, September 29th.

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Urban Neighborhoods: Touring San Marco

Once a separate city known as South Jacksonville, San Marco remains one of the most vibrant and pedestrian friendly districts in Duval County.

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Urban Neighborhoods: Exploring Panama Park / North Shore

Located three miles from downtown, Panama Park was one of Jacksonville's up and coming suburbs 100 years ago. Today, this diverse community anchors the northern portion of Old Jacksonville's corporate limits.

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Five Points North?

Quietly and without much fanfare, the Park Street corridor between I-95 and Forest Street has begun to fill up with tatoo palors, bars, clubs, and locally owned restaurants.

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Exploring the Trout River Waterfront

The Trout River is a tributary of the St. Johns River that forms the north border of the pre-consolidated city limits. It's also the backbone of a district lined with local river oriented businesses.

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Urban Neighborhoods: Touring Brentwood

Brentwood is an urban Jacksonville neighborhood in the middle of a transition. Here you'll find an area that consists of gridded streets, urban blight, significant historic structures, large public open spaces and recent revitalization projects.

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Back in Business: Normandy Mall

Religious institutions are normally known for purchasing property to build larger facilities and parking lots, sometimes at the detriment of the surrounding urban context. Here is a situation where a church has brought economic redevelopment to the Westside.

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