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Best Big Cities to Live In - Jacksonville, Florida
Money Magazine rated Jacksonville, Florida in the top 10 Best Big Cities to Live In - with the best of all worlds: attractions, iconic neighborhoods, a relatively low cost of living , and promising job growth. Jacksonville was rated #9. Its the largest metro area by landmass in the continental United States.
Balanced City Life
Boasting the largest land area of any city in the United States, and the most populous city within the state of Florida, Jacksonville has a perfect balance of city, rural, and beach life. Jacksonville has a vast selection of parks, offering more than 337 park locations that span over 80,000 acres throughout the city.
Jacksonville: A Growing Metropolis
Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental United States, and since the city spans so many square miles, it has a little something for everyone. Because of its convenient location, great, sunny climate, reasonable housing costs, employment opportunities, and economic expansion, it is rapidly growing. Home of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Jacksonville Armada, the PGA headquarters, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp baseball, and the Jacksonville IceMen ice hockey team, the city is alive with activity, sports, and nightlife. The St. Johns River and the area's beaches offer not just a beautiful escape from city life, but the waterways also help make Jacksonville a major transportation hub. NAS Jax and Mayport offer two of the greatest locations for military servicemembers and their families, and the area is also home to numerous area colleges including Jacksonville University and the University of North Florida. Areas of Jacksonville range from oceanfront communities to lush rural landscapes.