Consistently one of Jacksonville's hottest neighborhoods, Five Points has few vacancies left for lease. So when a new concept enters the neighborhood, locals take notice. The area is crowded, with little parking and high rent rates – but it's where a lot of business owners want to be.
Real estate broker Matthew Clark said he felt people of all ages are drawn to the area's "energy and variety."
"Five Points is a microcosm of diversity that reflects this city's future generation," he said. "That experience is what results in some of the highest restaurant and bar sales in all of Jacksonville. The new additions to Five Points in 2019 will only continue to push this progressive thinking bohemian neighborhood forward."
Take a look at some of the new projects joining Five Points in 2019, plus notes on the locations that are still up for lease.