The Akers-Cody Building in Downtown Jacksonville was originally designed to be as tall as 10-stories when it was designed in 1921. Now a new proposal has materialized that could result in the vertical dream coming true 97 years later.
Before the days of Disney World, Universal Studios, Legoland and Busch Gardens, Jacksonville was the epicenter of Florida's late 19th and early 20th century tourist attractions. Here are six long-lost attractions in the Jacksonville area that you've probably never heard of. Read More
Jacksonville has a history of implementing simple concepts poorly in its quest to revitalize downtown. In the rush to convert downtown’s one-way streets into two-ways, Jacksonville needs to avoid the familiar trend of outright going the wrong way. Read More
You can't have a vibrant urban community without accommodating man's best friend. Once completed, these two proposed projects promise to bring a mix of boutique doggy daycare services, a dog park and local craft beer, wine and coffee under the same roof in Downtown Jacksonville. Here are the details. Read More