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Don't Get Too Excited About the Jags' Development Plans

The Jacksonville Jaguars showed off a new set of dazzling renderings for Stadium District developments at the 2018 State of the Franchise. But there are still plenty of hurdles to pass before anything remotely like these plans ever breaks ground.

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Jags release Lot J entertainment center renderings

Iguana Investments and the Jaguars introduce the Cordish Companies as a development partners to transform a surface parking lot into a mixed use infill project next to TIAA Bank Stadium.

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Glen Myra: The Neighborhood Industry Built

Glen Myra is an early 20th-century Jacksonville neighborhood that industry built. This Eastside community grew around industrial sites to become a neighborhood where workers and their families could live, work, and play.

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Six more craft breweries headed to Jacksonville

Think again if you thought the number of craft breweries operating in Jacksonville had reached its saturation point. Here's six more craft breweries preparing to come online soon.

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A day at the Jacksonville Farmers Market

Modern Cities visits a treasured urban core destination that's been serving the community and incubating homegrown small businesses since 1938: The Jacksonville Farmers Market.

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A Bike Lane For Downtown's Hogan Street?

Could protected bike lanes finally be coming to downtown Jacksonville? Yes, and Hogan Street is ground zero for this much-needed infrastructure and placemaking improvement.

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Modern Row Homes Proposed For Springfield

A long-forgotten housing style could be returning to Jacksonville's suddenly hot Springfield neighborhood.

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Turning Tired Spaces Into Lasting Places

Change is coming to Neptune Beach's Kmart shopping lot as its owners prepare to create a mixed-use development on the site. While the ambitious project has drawn criticism in some quarters, planner and Neptune Beach City Council member Fred Jones has a different perspective.

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Downtown on the verge of a hotel boom

16 years have passed since the last hotel opened its doors in Downtown Jacksonville. After years of inaction, the hotel industry is preparing to take the city's downtown core by storm. Here's a brief look at five sites where hotels are already proposed or under serious consideration.

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Dollar General Proposes Springfield Location

Long vacant site along struggling commercial corridor in Historic Springfield is the location for a proposed Dollar General store.

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