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Jacksonville's pitch for Amazon HQ2

Like nearly every major metropolitan area in the country, Jacksonville is preparing to give up its goodies to land Amazon's coveted second headquarters. Here's a brief video highlighting the city's pitch on why it believes its the best place for Amazon to do business. Take a look and let us know if you...

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The interesting architectural works of Gene Leedy

Sometimes called Sarasota Modern, the Sarasota School of Architecture is a modern style of architecture embracing Florida's climate that came to prominence following the end of World War II.

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New Program Helping Minority Developers Rebuild Detroit

Innovative, two-year pilot program provides critical capital and training for next generation of developers building communities of opportunity.

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Which U.S. Cities Have Changed The Most This Decade?

Analysis looks at a decade of data to determine which communities are undergoing dynamic transformations, and which are standing still.

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America's 5 Biggest Casinos

Guest post by Conall Bennett

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Nordstrom Opening Stores With No Merchandise

New concept from retailer Nordstrom features personal stylists, manicurists, a tailor, beer and wine - but no clothing, shoes or merchandise of any kind.

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Amazon's Mobile Stores Rolling Out Nationwide

Amazon's Treasure Trucks hawk everything from GoPros to poke bowls and Harry Potter books.

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Walmart Testing Out Grocery Pickup Store Concept

The nation's largest brick and mortar retailer gearing up to fight rival Amazon's grocery concept.

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Top 100 US Cities Ranked By 2016 Population

The Census Bureau recently released their 2016 estimates for the country's largest cities. Here's a look at the latest numbers for the country's largest 100 cities. Find out where your city falls on the list!

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WJCT Business Brief: Reuse and Revitalization in Jax

Each week, WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo talks with Modern Cities about the latest business trends affecting the First Coast. During this week's Monday morning business brief, Ennis Davis, AICP of Modern Cities discusses reuse and revitalization in Jacksonville.

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