May is National Historic Preservation Month, and in a few weeks Downtown Jacksonville will host the annual statewide conference for the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation for the first time in 20 years. Here's a look at what the conference can offer Jacksonville's revitalization efforts. Read More
Recently released census estimates indicate that the Jacksonville metropolitan area is now home to over 1.5 million residents. This means that there were more than 160,000 new residents in 2017 than there were in 2010 in the Jacksonville area. However, numbers also reveal that 54% of this new population has moved into the counties surrounding Jacksonville. With suburbs and bedroom communities rapidly growing, unique new developments are being introduced to the market as developers search for ways to differentiate their products from the competition. Read More
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. Read More
2018 is shaping up to be a bad year for the preservation of surface parking lots in Downtown Jacksonville. However, if the goal is to establish a vibrant city center, the more infill development, the better.