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The following is this week’s issue of the “#DTJax Weekly Update” e-newsletter. To receive this in your email inbox each week, sign-up here.

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Instagram of the Week 

 

Photo by  Photo by @james_d_sanders
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Tag your Downtown photo #DTJax 
for a chance to be featured.

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Things To Do Downtown

 

Arts & Culture
November 15-16: Jacksonville Senior Expo

 

Family Fun 

 

Live Music + Nightlife

 

Sports + Fitness

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Get Involved

 

Volunteer Opportunities: 

First Wednesday Art Walk
Help us make #ArtWalkJax a success and support all of your favorite local artists, performers, food trucks and businesses! Sign up here.

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 #DTJax News

 

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New businesses in #DTJax:

 

  • First Watch: 192 Riverside Ave.
  • Cowford Chophouse: 101 E. Bay St.

Coming soon:

  • FSCJ’s 20West Cafe: 20 W. Adams St.

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Stories From BlogDTJax.com

 

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DVI Updates:

 

Small Business Saturday

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On Saturday, November 25, #DTJax invites you to join us for Small Business Saturday! This year, don’t just shop small for our local businesses, do it for the businesses you love, for the community you call home and for the money that can stay in the neighborhood when we all #ShopSmall. If you are a Downtown business who would like to participate, please contact Ari Sinudom at ari@dtjax.org.

 

2016-2017 State of Downtown Report:

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It’s an exciting time for Downtown Jacksonville. Since the beginning of 2016, Downtown has seen more than $80 million in completed development projects, such as the Winston Family YMCA and Daily’s Place Amphitheater. More than $2 billion in projects are currently under construction or proposed. Read about currently development, employment and residential trends in this 18-month look at the progress in Downtown Jacksonville from January 2016-June 2017. Read or download the PDF here.

 

 

 

 



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