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Walking San Marco Square: Photo Tour

Although not as heavily promoted as it should be, San Marco Square is an artsy shopping, dining and entertainment district just south of downtown. It has become one of Metropolitan Jacksonville's trendiest shopping and dining destinations.

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Dancey Terrace Photo Tour

The extremely controversial and long delayed Dancey Terrace has finally opened a model home to the public. These twenty-four 1,000 square foot bungalows were slated for demolition, but were saved by half of the Springfield constituents (to the dismay of the other half).

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First Wednesday Art Walk Photo Tour: April Edition

The Downtown Art Walk, which is held the first Wednesday of each month, had a strong turnout. Despite this strong showing, Tony Allegretti was expecting 50,000 ( people and a few celebrities, so he must be a little...

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Exploring the Northside: Gateway Mall Photo Tour

Opened in the mid 1950's, and after going through a period of decline from 1988 to 1994, the 630,000sf Gateway Mall is well on its way to making a comeback. While you won't find the Gaps and Cheesecake Factories of the world here, you will discover a center that has been recreated to serve...

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Through the Night: Springfield Historic District

Take a photo journey through Jacksonville's oldest urban neighborhood: Springfield Historic District.

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Edward Waters College: Photo Tour

Established in 1866 to educate newly freed slaves, Edward Waters College is Florida's oldest independent college and first historically black university. Its also Jacksonville's only university to fully embrace the idea of an urban campus that opens up and embraces it's context, instead...

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Park & King Shopping District: Photo Tour

Located in the heart of the Riverside-Avondale Historic District, and once known as the Great White Way for it's rows of ornate street lights, the Park King Shopping District is now enjoying a period of revitalization as residents rediscover our unique districts of yesteryear.

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Inside the Park View Inn

Situated on the corner of Main and State Streets, the Park View Inn has become one of the most problematic pieces of property in the core of Jacksonville. In its current state, it is a blight that hinders progress in both Springfield and Downtown. Plagued by ground contamination from the former Coal...

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New Jacksonville Farmer's Market Opens

The historic Jacksonville Farmer's Market on Beaver Street recently celebrated the opening of its new sheds. The new location is immediately to the west of the old site, which is now in the process of being demolished in preparation for the expansion of a nearby seafood processing plant.

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