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Jacksonville

furnished rentals in Jacksonville, Florida starting at $80/day 

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short-term housing in the Jacksonville area

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    Crossing Boulevard

    Jacksonville, FL

    Newly renovated short-term apartment rentals in a fantastic part of Jacksonville, FL. Located close to local amenities and set in private landscaped grounds, you...

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    Church Street

    Jacksonville, FL

    Urban loft-style furnished apartments in the heart of Jacksonville, FL. Located downtown, this quality development is in the center of the action. Surrounded on...

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    Broward Road

    Jacksonville, FL

    Waterfront short-term housing in north Jacksonville, FL. With a great location, just minutes from the airport, downtown and local malls, there is already a...

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    N. Main Street

    Jacksonville, FL

    Furnished short-term housing within an historic building in a great part of Jacksonville FL. Designed for convalescing patients, the location is very close to...

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    Corporate Center

    Jacksonville, FL

    Furnished housing close to Jacksonville, FL. This upmarket apartment community makes best use of fantastic surroundings and the Florida climate. With expansive outdoor spaces,...

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    Saint Augustine

    Jacksonville, FL

    Thoughtful furnished apartments in a nice area of Jacksonville, FL. Surrounded by landscaped grounds in a convenient location with lots of modern facilities, there...

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    Belfort Parkway

    Jacksonville, FL

    Lakeside furnished apartments in a lovely development close to Jacksonville, FL. Set in well-tended landscaped grounds, this community offers a fantastic location convenient for...

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    Southside Blvd

    Jacksonville, FL

    Tranquil short-term housing inside a tropical paradise close to Jacksonville, FL. Surrounded by private mature landscaping, this apartment development sets the scene perfectly. Relaxed...

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    Monument Road

    Jacksonville, FL

    Understated short-term apartments within a traditional development set inside well-maintained grounds in a relaxed area of Jacksonville, FL. Located east of the city close...

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    County Rd 220

    Jacksonville, FL

    Serene furnished apartments set within a secluded development with lake-filled landscaping in a convenient area of Fleming Island, FL. Located a short commute south...

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    Wilson Boulevard

    Jacksonville, FL

    Short-term furnished housing within a well-maintained development set inside mature landscaped grounds in Jacksonville, Florida. Located southwest of the city, this development is close...

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    Wynnfield

    Jacksonville, FL

    Corporate housing within an upscale development set in private gated grounds in a residential part of Jacksonville. Located east of Downtown, the development is...

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    Broxton

    Jacksonville, FL

    New furnished apartments within an impressive development set in mature landscaped grounds in a residential area of Jacksonville, FL. Located north of the city,...

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    Gran Bay

    Jacksonville, FL

    Relaxed corporate lodging within a sumptuous development set in lovely landscaping in a commutable area of Jacksonville, FL. Located a few miles southeast of...

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Jacksonville city overview
Jacksonville, Florida is the largest city by area in the United States and also the largest metro area by population in Florida. With a population of almost a million, the city has made great use of its position to benefit its inhabitants and the millions of people who visit the region every year.

Brief history of Jacksonville
Jacksonville has been inhabited for millennia. The oldest signs of human habitation in the country were found here that date back to 2,500BC. Since then, the Timucua people have lived here along with other native populations.

St. Johns River was discovered by the French in 1562 and settled in 1564 with the construction of Fort Caroline. The Spanish conquered the fort in 1565 and renamed it San Mateo and remained in charge until ceding Florida to the British in 1763. The British built roads and encouraged the cultivation of sugar, fruit, lumber and indigo before giving Florida back to Spain in 1783. Once ceded to the United States in 1821, the area was settled anew and renamed Jacksonville after Andrew Jackson.

The arrival of the railroad and success of the lumber industry ensured the continued survival of Jacksonville. It quickly became a tourist destination for those wanting to avoid the colder north and tourism took hold. Something the city, and Florida as a whole has maintained to this day.

A fire in 1901 saw a good portion of the city wiped out in less than eight hours. The city was rebuilt using new techniques and planning rules and grew steadily. It became a hub for the movie industry as well as manufacturing and shipping.

Doing business in Jacksonville
The position of Jacksonville, on the St. John’s River and edge of the Atlantic Ocean was why it was settled in the first place and why it grew the way it did. It is a major deep water port for imported goods and a distribution hub for Florida. The Atlantic Ocean position also means a significant navy presence, with Jacksonville being the third largest navy base in the country.

Diversification has meant Jacksonville has a significant presence in technology, financial services, biomedical, information and data, insurance and a range of other markets. Many major financial institutions have a significant presence here, as do insurers, banks, media and technology companies.

It is still a center for distribution and shipping as well as part of the larger tourism market that all of Florida enjoys. The port, airport and road and rail network means a lot of goods pass through Jacksonville on their way across the country.

Jacksonville city character
Thanks to its climate, Jacksonville enjoys year-round popularity with tourists from around the world. It is still a favorite place to escape cold winters but has a much wider appeal. A diverse cultural offering also plays a part in its character as the city has lots of galleries, museums, concert venues and cultural centers.

Jacksonville districts
Some of the districts that make up Jacksonville include; Downtown, LaVilla, Brooklyn, Riverside and Avondale, Springfield, Eastside and San Marco.