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Bodega-style grocer eyes Springfield's Main Street

The renaissance of Springfield's Main Street continues as a Fernandina Beach-based retailer plans to open a bodega-style market at 7th & Main.

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Construction begins on the Barnett & Laura Street Trio

Construction begins this week in downtown Jacksonville on the first phase of the historic Barnett National Bank Building and Laura Street Trio project – announced today by developers SouthEast Development Group of Jacksonville and The Molasky Group of Companies of Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Images of the aftermath of Hurricane Irma

Although Hurricane Irma was in the process of transitioning into a tropical storm when its outer bands moved through Jacksonville, a confluence of weather patterns caused a Category 3-level storm surge, flooding many parts of the center city and other areas on the waterways. Here are a few images of...

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Bartram Park: A suburban millennial paradise?

Despite well publicized excitement about downtown revitalization, young adults are fueling rapid growth in suburban areas like Bartram Park across the country. Is it by choice, or necessity?

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Before and After: Clay County Suburbia

When I-295 opened in 1970, Clay County was home to 32,059 residents. Today, an estimated 208,311 reside in the rapidly growing county just outside of Jacksonville. Here's a visual before and after comparison of the county's transformation into a bedroom community of Jacksonville.

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TEDxJacksonville's 2017 Conference Coming Soon

Lineup of 13 speakers and 3 performers to share the stage at TEDxJacksonville's 'We The People' on October 14, 2017 at the Florida Theatre. This year's lineup also features Olympian and running coach Jeff Galloway as well as Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon ‘Dr. Q,’ K9s for Warriors founder Shari Duval and...

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Brooklyn's Avon Apartments destroyed by fire

This article by Dr. Tim Gilmore of highlights the history of Brooklyn's Avon Apartments building before its recent untimely demise.

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AIA Jacksonville Vision Meets Opportunity

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Jacksonville's Downtown Initiatives Committee has a vision for the urban riverfront and future USS Adams site. Here's a brief video that explains what they have in mind. Let us know what you think!

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Main Street over Hogans Creek Project Complete

Main Street at Hogans Creek will reopen Monday after being closed because an inspection found the concrete structure over the creek was unsafe for vehicles.

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