CorelDraw Map Jacksonville Florida US

Jacksonville, Florida is a diverse and sprawling city with a wide range of neighborhoods and districts, each with its own unique character and charm. Here’s an overview of some of the key districts and neighborhoods in Jacksonville:

  1. Downtown: Jacksonville’s downtown area is the city’s central business district. It features a mix of modern skyscrapers and historic buildings, including the Jacksonville Landing and the historic San Marco district. It’s a hub for business, government, and cultural institutions. The Riverside Arts Market, a weekly market along the St. Johns River, is a popular attraction.
  2. Riverside and Avondale: These historic neighborhoods are known for their beautiful, tree-lined streets and historic homes. The Five Points area in Riverside is known for its eclectic shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Riverside and Avondale offer a mix of architectural styles, from grand mansions to bungalow-style homes.
  3. San Marco: San Marco is an upscale neighborhood with a Mediterranean Revival style. It’s known for its shopping and dining, with many boutique shops and high-end restaurants. San Marco Square is a popular destination, with a beautiful park and numerous events throughout the year.
  4. Beaches: Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, and Atlantic Beach are popular coastal communities to the east of the city. These areas offer beautiful beaches, a vibrant nightlife, and a relaxed beach town atmosphere. The beaches are also known for various water sports and beach activities.
  5. Southside: The Southside area is a mix of residential, commercial, and retail spaces. It’s home to the St. Johns Town Center, an upscale shopping and dining district. You’ll find a variety of housing options here, from apartments to single-family homes.
  6. Mandarin: Located along the St. Johns River, Mandarin is a historic neighborhood with a suburban feel. It’s known for its oak-lined streets and waterfront homes. Mandarin Park offers outdoor activities like boating and hiking.
  7. Arlington: Arlington is a diverse and expansive neighborhood to the east of downtown. It offers a mix of housing options and is home to the Jacksonville University campus. The Arlington River runs through this area, providing scenic views.
  8. Springfield: Springfield is one of Jacksonville’s oldest neighborhoods and has been experiencing revitalization in recent years. It features beautifully restored historic homes and a strong sense of community.
  9. Riverside-Avondale: This neighborhood is known for its historic architecture, especially the Prairie and Craftsman-style homes. The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens is a cultural highlight, and the area has a vibrant arts scene.
  10. Westside: The Westside of Jacksonville is a more suburban area with a mix of residential neighborhoods and commercial areas. It’s known for its affordable housing options and access to the Westside Regional Park.
  11. Northside: North Jacksonville offers a mix of suburban and rural areas. It’s known for its natural beauty, with plenty of parks, lakes, and the Timucuan Ecological and Historical Preserve.
  12. Ortega: This historic neighborhood is located along the Ortega River and is known for its stately mansions and waterfront properties. It offers a sense of old-world charm.

Keep in mind that Jacksonville is a vast city, and the characteristics of its neighborhoods can vary widely. Your choice of neighborhood will depend on your preferences, budget, and lifestyle. Jacksonville has a lot to offer in terms of cultural events, outdoor activities, and a thriving business community.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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