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addition, the neighborhood has newer homes with the same popular, architectural-style features of the area’s original homes.


MANDARIN This southernmost neighborhood of Jacksonville is


enriched with nature and history. Mandarin is bordered by the St. Johns River to the west, Philips Highway to the east, Julington Creek to the south and Beauclerc/San Jose to the north. Officially named Mandarin in 1830 for the area’s major crop—Mandarin oranges—the community became part of Jacksonville in 1968. Today, Mandarin is a convenient location that offers residents a selection of housing.


Beauclerc and San Jose are two older neighborhoods that


lie between the San Marco-Miramar area and Mandarin. Most of the homes along Beauclerc Road are a mixture of architectural styles such as brick rambler homes and two-story contemporaries. San Jose is a prime residential area with the majority of homes built in the 1950s and 1960s, with the exception of some new developments with single-family homes and condominiums.


NORTHSIDE/OCEANWAY The Northside of Jacksonville consists of neighborhoods


north of the Downtown area and a large portion of undeveloped land north of the St. Johns River. Residents of the Northside enjoy living in close proximity to the Jacksonville International Airport, the city's Amtrak station, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, the Budweiser Brewery and the Dames Point Bridge. The community of Oceanway covers the northern section of Duval County, stretching from U.S. 1 to the Atlantic Ocean and from the Duval/Nassau county line to the St. Johns and Trout rivers. Oceanway is increasingly seeing the emergence of new housing developments and apartment complexes.


SOUTHSIDE/BAYMEADOWS The large region south of Arlington, north of St. Johns


County, east of U.S. 1 and west of the Intracoastal community is commonly referred to as Southside. Not only does the Southside offer the largest grouping of apartment communities in Jacksonville, it also offers a variety of residential options such as single-family homes and gated communities. Recreation, entertainment and shopping are all easily accessible by Southside residents. The St. Johns Town Center is one of the largest and most popular shopping centers in the area with a variety of retail stores, dining and entertainment options. Florida State College at Jacksonville—South Campus, Florida Coastal School of Law and the University of North Florida are also located here. An ever-expanding neighborhood


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of Southside is Baymeadows. This neighborhood consists of the area that surrounds Baymeadows Road. It is home to several corporate office parks, retail centers and residential communities. Florida State College at Jacksonville— Deerwood Center is located on the corner of Southside Boulevard and Old Baymeadows Road.


WESTSIDE This area refers to the western portion of Duval County.


The Westside is a diverse area of smaller communities, which include the small, incorporated town of Baldwin; the semirural Marietta-Whitehouse area; and the neighborhoods of Normandy and Maxville. Many Westside residents are military personnel stationed at NAS Jacksonville, as well as employees at the expansive Cecil Commerce Center. Potential residents of the Westside will find affordable housing and inexpensive property, along with a slower-paced lifestyle. Additionally, residents will enjoy the Westside’s heavily-wooded areas that allow for hunting and other outdoor activities.


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