July 6, 2017

Tips For Finding The Right Family Home

April 4, 2017

3 Things Smart Sellers Don’t Do

March 14, 2017

Sprucing Up Your Home For Spring Sales

February 13, 2017

Love Your Home

Love is in the air, but is it in your home? After years in the same place, it can be easy to forget what attracted us to our home in the first place. It’s important to find the right home and then keep the love alive. Whether you are living in a new home, a charming old house, a comfortable condo, or an apartment, there are things you can do to bring back the love. First, look around. What feeling do you get when you look objectively at your home, inside and out? Are there old curtains that are wearing […]
June 14, 2016
Jacksonville Skyline by Wesley Black

Is co-working an option for you?

A new co-working space marketing itself to creatives is moving into a space on Forsyth Street. Cowork Creative will open next week in a space at 220 E. Forsyth St., a historic building with two stories and about 1200 square feet. Megan Martin, a graphic designer, said the idea to open a co-working space started with a group of creative entrepreneurs that met once a month. Martin and one of the other group members, Sarah Eddy, a photographer, liked the idea of getting some office space. “We came to this realization that a lot of us are working from home and […]
May 7, 2016

Bold City Brings More Life to Downtown Jacksonville

Bold City Brings More Life to Downtown Jacksonville as it has gotten initial approval for a $28,000 five-year forgivable loan that it plans to put towards its upcoming Downtown Jacksonville location at 109 E. Bay St. The Downtown Investment Authority’s retail enhancement grant approved the loan on Wednesday, and it will have a final vote in the next DIA general meeting Brian Miller, co-owner of Bold City, said the brewery wanted to attract more foot traffic to Downtown Jacksonville, and be part of revitalization efforts. “We want to be part of the revitalization of Downtown Jacksonville. We want to bring […]
December 13, 2015
Jacksonville Skyline by Wesley Black

One Spark’s Innovative “Spark District”

Paying homage to Jacksonville’s Great Fire of 1901 and crowdfunding festival One Spark, the city’s new innovation hub will be called the “Spark District.” The district, which seeks to attract more financial incentives and recognition for entrepreneurs and tech startups in the city, also has a new official website: sparkdistrict.com. “The future starts with us,” Profile Gorilla founder Ed Baldwin said at the announcement on Thursday night. “It starts with entrepreneurs and businesses that grow right here.” Baldwin had the innovation district in the worksfor about 8 months before getting the backing of the city and the Downtown Investment Authority. He said there’s a clear […]
November 16, 2015

Welcome to Ortega

Have you ever been curious about different Jacksonville neighborhoods? If you venture from Mandarin over the Buckman Bridge, to the North, you will find the unique neighborhood of Ortega – a pleasing mix of 1940’s bungalows, head-turning riverfront estates, and practically everything in-between. The tiny Ortega River drawbridge is the area’s signature feature. The homes lining Ortega Boulevard featuring the Downtown skyline views enjoyed from their backyards are some of the prettiest houses in town. The upscale social hubs here are Timuquana Country Club and the Florida Yacht Club. Because NAS Jax makes up Ortega’s southern boundary, having a Navy […]