10. Medical Marijuana Dispensary Coming To Five Points (February 10, 2019)

National medical marijuana provider Med Men is opening a flagship location in the iconic Five Points commercial district.

9. A Look Back In Time: 1970s Jacksonville Beach August 8, 2019

A look at Jacksonville Beach during the 1970s.

8. Last chance to see: the Landing is quietly coming down (November 21, 2019)

Unlike previous downtown demolitions that were accompanied by media blitzes and celebratory fanfare, the city proceeded quietly with its controversial plan to raze the Jacksonville Landing.

7. 12 Free Things To Do In Jacksonville (July 19, 2019)

If you live in Jacksonville, then you already know: there’s always something to do here. But going out with friends or planning a day with the family doesn’t have to be expensive. Here is a list of twelve fun activities and popular attractions in Duval County—all free of charge.

6. Six places Jacksonville should have saved (July 23, 2019)

Arguably, Jacksonville has lost much of its historical identity over the years due to untimely demolition of unique parts of its urban fabric. Here are six culturally significant downtown buildings that should have never been demolished. What do you think - and are there others?

5. Jacksonville’s Ghost Town: Yukon (July 26, 2019)

Presently the site of Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park, this land was once home to a vibrant community called Yukon.

4. First Baptist Ready To Sell Nine Blocks of Downtown Jax

The national trend of declining church attendance has finally impacted Downtown Jacksonville. Struggling to maintain 1.5 million square feet of space, the First Baptist Church approved plans to sell off nine blocks of its urban campus in order to survive. Here’s a closer look at the properties coming on the market.

3. 10 Grass Fields To Get You Pumped For The Landing Demo (May 31, 2019)

What can we expect to see once Mayor Lenny Curry completes his $25 million plan to demolish the Jacksonville Landing? Here’s a look at ten city-owned fields in the Downtown area showing off exactly what we’re getting! #winning!

2. Jax’s First Food Hall Coming To Brooklyn Neighborhood (March 4, 2019) Jacksonville’s first true food hall is being proposed in the red hot Brooklyn neighborhood.

1. Lenny’s Lawn: The Grass Field Replacing The Landing (August 12, 2019)

Mayor Curry revealed his plans for replacing the Jacksonville Landing after its demolition, and as Urban Core advocates feared, it’s mostly an empty field. Get ready for Lenny’s Lawn.

List by Bill Delaney. Contact Bill at wdelaney@moderncities.com.