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764-7745 5000-7 Norwood Ave., Jacksonville www.gatewaytownctr.com


Located in northern Jacksonville, the Gateway Town Center


features retail stores like D&R Sports Apparel, Foot Locker, Gateway Book Store, Publix, Simply Fashions and more.


Hodges Point 13490 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville


Hodges Point at Beach Boulevard and Hodges Boulevard


features a Bealls, Cupcake Girls, Mattress Giant, Miller's Ale House, Rue21, Care Spot, T-Mobile, the Party Shop, Walmart Supercenter, Verizon and more.


Kingdom Plaza at Normandy Mall


394-0863 5310 Lenox Ave., Jacksonville www.kingdom-plaza.com


Kingdom Plaza at Normandy Mall, owned by Potter’s


House Christian Fellowship, is a 177,000 square-foot enclosed shopping center. The popular Potter’s House Soul Food Bistro is located here. Other tenants include Eden Salons and Spa, Glorious Tees and Totes, and more.


Markets at Town Center, The


866-535-7785 4860 Big Island Dr., Jacksonville www.marketsattowncenter.com


The Markets at Town Center is an outdoor shopping plaza


on the Southside. It offers a Toys “R” Us/Babies “R” Us Superstore, Destination Maternity, Sports Mania, ULTA Cosmetics and West Marine, all conveniently located next to St. Johns Town Center. Restaurants include Bento, BlackFinn, Suite, Whisky River and more.


OakLeaf Town Center


9525 Crosshill Blvd., Jacksonville www.shopoakleaftowncenter.com


OakLeaf Town Center is an outdoor shopping plaza within


the community of OakLeaf Plantation. Stores include GameStop, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Ross, SuperTarget, ULTA Cosmetics and many more. For dining, try Five Guys Burgers and Fries, La Nopalera, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Osaka Japanese Steakhouse, Panera Bread and others. There is also a Bruster’s Ice Cream and a Peterbrooke Chocolatier.


Regency Square Mall


725-3830 9501 Arlington Expy., Jacksonville www.regencysquaremall.com


Regency Square Mall is an indoor shopping mall with


stores that include Bath & Body Works, Belk, Champ’s Sports, the Children’s Place, Finish Line, Sears and more. There is a children’s play area and a food court. Located next to the mall is an AMC 24 Theatre, with an IMAX screen.


River City Marketplace


I-95 and Airport Rd., Jacksonville Located near the airport, River City Marketplace is an


outdoor shopping center for residents of northern Duval and Nassau counties. Stores located here include Best Buy, Gander Mountain, Lowe’s, Michaels, Ross, Rue21 and a Walmart Supercenter. Some of the dining options are Boston’s, Cracker Barrel, Olive Garden, Panera Bread and Red Lobster. While there, catch a movie at Hollywood Theaters.


Roosevelt Square


Roosevelt Blvd. and San Juan Ave., Jacksonville Residents of Riverside shop at Roosevelt Square. This


open-air shopping mall is convenient for Westsiders, because it lies just a few miles off Interstate 10. The open air mall has Belk, Hallmark, Kennedi’s Closet, Rack Room Shoes, Stein Mart and more. Patrons can refuel at Chik-fil-A, Longhorn Steakhouse, Panera Bread, Okinawa Japanese Grill House and Tom & Betty’s.


BAKER COUNTY


AREA NEIGHBORHOOD MAP COLOR KEY (Please Visit Page 18) CLAY COUNTY


Fleming Island Green Cove Springs Keystone Heights Middleburg Orange Park


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DUVAL COUNTY Arlington/Ft. Caroline Beaches/Intracoastal Downtown/Riverfront Mandarin


Northside/Oceanway NASSAU COUNTY


Southside/Baymeadows Westside


Amelia Island/ Fernandina Beach Callahan Hilliard Yulee


ST. JOHNS COUNTY


Julington Creek Nocatee Ponte Vedra Beach St. Augustine World Golf Village


First Coast Relocation GuideTM 2013


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