On the heels of DVI and partners’ recent editorial “115 acres of opportunity on Downtown’s riverfront” in The Florida Times-Union, DVI opened the conversation up to the Twittersphere with its first-ever “tweet chat” on May 9. Two dozen unique Twitter users chimed in about the riverfront. The official hashtag – #chatdtjax – was used more than 100 times throughout the afternoon.
You can learn more about tweet chats here. Below, we captured some of the key responses and thoughts from chat participants, broken down by question:
@DTJax: Q1: What is your favorite riverfront city (other than Jax, of course)? #chatdtjax
@DTJax: Q2: When’s the last time you spent time on the riverfront? What were you doing? #chatdtjax
@DTJax: Q3: What activities would you like to be able to do on the riverfront (relax, shop, dine, play sports)? #chatdtjax
@DTJax: Q4: What elements do you NOT want to see on the riverfront? #chatdtjax
@DTJax: Q5: How can we capture the identity of Jax on the riverfront? What makes us us? #chatdtjax
We also received questions from participants that sparked some great #chatdtjax-ing. Take a look at two questions – and their key responses – below:
Question from @IrvAdams:
Question from @DNAustin:
Didn’t get a chance to chime in? Weigh in with your thoughts in the comment section below. Follow us on Twitter (@DTJax) for announcements on future tweet chats.