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Updated Urban Jax Major Projects & Development List

Welcome to the Urban Development Master List. This list contains major active and proposed developments within Jacksonville's urban core neighborhoods of Downtown, Brooklyn, Riverside, San Marco and Springfield. In the upcoming months, this project list will be expanded to include additional areas of...

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LaVilla: The Rise & Fall of a Great Black Neighborhood

A detailed timeline illustrating the rise and fall of a great Jacksonville African-American neighborhood: LaVilla

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Jacksonville’s Civil War Memorials

Although few in number compared to many other Southern cities, a variety of monuments and memorials commemorating the Civil War exist in Jacksonville. These include graves, historic sites associated with camps and battles, monuments to those on both sides of the war, and schools and placenames dedicated...

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Placemaking underutilized downtown Jacksonville

While high profile redevelopment sites along the riverfront are routinely mentioned their potential, here's a few places in the Northbank completely overlooked for their ability to enhance downtown Jacksonville's pedestrian scale atmosphere.

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Mobile Grocery Store Opening Downtown On Wednesday

Pop up grocery store joining other specialty food vendors in weekly rotation downtown from 11am until 2pm, starting August 16th

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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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48 years after the Eastside Riot of 1969

A look at what's left of the Eastside's A. Philip Randolph Boulevard 48 years after the riot of 1969.

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Farris: Inside an Abandoned Jacksonville Slaughterhouse

Jax Psycho Geo's Tim Gilmore shares imagery inside an abandoned inner city Jacksonville slaughterhouse: Farris & Company.

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Fairfield: Jacksonville's First Entertainment District

The mixing of sports, entertainment and heavy industry gave birth to one of the first incorporated towns in Duval County nearly 140 years ago. Now located under the belly of the Mathews Bridge and a popular tailgating spot for Jacksonville Jaguars games, here’s the story behind the neighborhood of...

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Reimagining the Springfield Warehouse District

Courtesy of Emerging Design Professionals (EDP), Modern Cities takes a look inside a group of long abandoned Springfield warehouses, destined to anchor what could become Jacksonville's version of Miami's Wynwood Walls District: The proposed Jacksonville School for the Arts and the Phoenix Arts District.

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