Discover Jacksonville & North Florida
Jacksonville and Northeast Florida are on the rise.
Jacksonville and Northeast Florida offer beautiful beaches, the magnificent North flowing St. Johns River and all the adventure of the intracoastal waterway in just one region. Couple that with the low cost of living, no-stress commute and you have the perfect city to call home. With 15-20% of our candidates relocating to the area – we represent both our clients and this beautiful region.
The Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier, nearly a quarter of a mile long, offers visitors close up views of the Atlantic Ocean and anglers’ access to deep-water species of fish.
The quaint San Marco area is a lively and eclectic Jacksonville center with indie boutiques and casual eateries serving brunch, pizza and ice cream. Chic bistros and trendy bars dot surrounding streets; with the art deco San Marco Theatre featuring art-house movies and new releases.
Jacksonville boasts a beautiful downtown business district along the St. John’s River along with World-class multi-purpose entertainment arena’s including VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena & 121 Financial Park, home of the ever-popular Southern League Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.
TIAA Bank Field is home of the professional NFL Football franchise Jacksonville Jaguars and has a capacity of 69,132 fans with additional seating being added for the ever popular “Florida-Georgia game” in October. The Jaguars have been a hometown treasure of Jacksonville since being awarded to the city in 1995. Fans can enjoy a best in class gameday experience from the stadium’s state-of-the art hi-definition scoreboards to our award-winning mascot Jaxson Deville, in stadium pools and a modern indoor/outdoor stadium club and skybox seating.
The Intracoastal Waterway is a natural body of water that flows along the East Coast and divides Jacksonville’s Southside from the beaches area. Fisherman and boating enthusiast enjoy the more than 40 miles of ICW’s canals, marshes and channels in Jacksonville every day. Public access ramps make it easy to enjoy a paddleboard adventure, or a leisure kayak trip.
Each March, hundreds of thousands of fans from across the globe travel to North Florida’s beautiful Ponte Vedra Beach to witness the strongest field of professional golfers take on one of the most prestigious and challenging courses on the PGA TOUR: THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass and it’s storied 17th hole “The Island Green” all for a chance to win the PGA TOUR’s flagship event and join a list of the game’s greatest players in the modern era.
Northeast Florida’s beaches may be the state’s best-kept secret. With our fabulous 1100 miles of shoreline – our residents enjoy our region’s boundless sun & sand. Northeast Florida’s collection of beach communities each have individual personalities from the surf center, festive beach-going, residential and a shopping and restaurant corridor.
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- 12th most populous city in the US with over 1.5 million residents.
- Largest urban park system in the country with more than 80,000 acres to explore.
- 220 days of sunshine and 1,100 miles of shoreline.
- 70% of newcomers to the region are under 40 years of age.
- No state income tax and cost of living below the national average.
- Approximately 2 hours from Universal Studios, Disney World and Savannah, GA.
- Direct flights to over 20 major US cities.
- More than a dozen major colleges in universities
- Home to three Fortune 500 companies including the largest global financial technology company.