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Lerner Shops Demolished Downtown

Despite being featured by the Content Design Group's 'Urban Facelift Project' as a neglected structure ripe for redevelopment, the Lerner Shops at 118 Main Street has been demolished.

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Recreating Jacksonville: The Urban Facelift Project

The Urban Facelift project, by the Content Design Group, showcases the potential of under-appreciated and often neglected buildings in Jacksonville. Several sketches are now available for the public to see.

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Forgotten Jacksonville: Julia Street

Despite being in the heart of downtown, within a block of three skyway stations, and serving as a direct link between FSCJ and the Times-Union Performing Arts Center, Julia Street remains completely desolate.

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The I-95 Overland Bridge Project

The I-95 Overland Bridge replacement project will snarl urban Jacksonville traffic until 2017. Here is a detailed look at the project's overall purpose and individual components.

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What Makes Great Neighborhoods?

Is Jacksonville on the right path to becoming a city filled with great neighborhoods? You be the judge.

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Reinventing Suburban Jacksonville

Suburban America as we know it may be coming to an end. Here is an eight step plan that may possibly bring Jacksonville into the 21st century.

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Peyton Struggles: The Truth about the Courthouse

On March 5th, 89.9 WJCT hosted a call in show with Mayor John Peyton. In this conversation, regarding the design of the Duval County Courthouse, Mayor Peyton gives an answer that leaves a lot to be desired.

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Jacksonville 34th Most Congested Metro Area

According to these rankings, traffic congestion in Jacksonville is a larger problem than it is in Orlando.

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Jacksonville's Downtown Action Plan

The Downtown Action Plan is the JEDC's 19 point initiative for breathing life into Downtown Jacksonville during the current recession.

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Jacksonville's Official Federal Stimulus List

Although rail is clearly not a priority to the Peyton administration, the following projects ended up on Jacksonville's Federal Stimulus List.

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