About Downtown Jacksonville
Located in the heart of Northeast Florida, Downtown Jacksonville is the central hub for this region. Recent renovations, including a new Federal Courthouse building, a new library, and a new baseball stadium, have made Downtown Jacksonville an important destination for business and entertainment alike.
Characterized by a great number of office buildings and residential units, Downtown Jacksonville also has several miles of river front property, increasing its popularity with residents and visitors of this bustling city. With the great expanse of office space and apartments, this city makes a great place for business men and women to reside, as well as an excellent destination for visitors looking for a world of entertainment and cultural experience.
Boat, plane, and highway will escort you to Downtown Jacksonville, home to to ten galleries and museums, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Jacksonville Suns as well as other sporting venues, shopping centers, and more than enough restaurants to whet any appetite. Jacksonville seems not a place of boredom for business people, local residents, or vacationing families. "Movies in the Park" or any number of theater productions may catch your eye, and the abundant nightlife at such places as the Jacksonville Landing or the Dive Bar may be just right for you. Transportation around the city is made easy through the use of buses, trolleys, river taxis, and the skyway was well as plenty of sidewalks for walking!
Located very near the historical neighborhoods of San Marco, Riverside/Avondale, and Springfield, Downtown Jacksonville also has a nearby quiet away from the bustle. Certainly, this popular American city has something for everyone!
Events in Downtown Jacksonville
at Hyperion Brewing Company
Things have been a little odd lately. We’re all trying to find some normalcy and for us at Hyperion that means Oktoberfest Festivities.
Pinecrest Gardens presents 'Banyan Bowl Live” Featuring Jon Secada
at Online event
With a career spanning over two decades, two Grammy Awards, 20 million albums sold, and starring roles on Broadway, the acclaimed Jon Secada established himself as one of the first bilingual artists to have international crossover success.