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Vintage Photos: Hansontown

Did you know that the State and Union corridor between Downtown and Springfield was a working-class African-American neighborhood before being wiped off the map by urban renewal and four lane one-way streets? Read More

Urban Retail Scene Emerging In Brooklyn

If someone tells you there's no market for retail in the urban core, take it with a grain of salt. Retail in Brooklyn is alive, well and expanding. Here's a look at what's there today, what's on its way and how there can be more in downtown. Read More

1968: The Cathedral District of Yesteryear

It can be said that the Cathedral District is Jacksonville's one lost and forgotten walkable downtown neighborhood that actually still exists. Filled with a dense mix of buildings dating back to the first decade of the 20th century, a walk in this district provides a glimpse of what a true walkable urban neighborhood looks like. Read More

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