Established in 1869, and located adjacent to the north of Downtown Jacksonville, Springfield is the oldest neighborhood in Jacksonville and offers a variety of experiences for visitors and residents alike! This historic neighborhood is filled with restored mansions (and bungalows), hip restaurants, locally owned shops, some of the city's oldest parks, craft breweries and tons of southern charm with majestic oaks providing protective shade and a beautiful visual along its residential streets.
Voted as one of the country's top 10 Greatest Neighborhoods, Riverside is able to cater to a diverse audience. With dining and shopping options at the 5 Points intersection right next to the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, Riverside adds a youthful spirit to a charming, historic neighborhood. The vibe here is that of community, urban living, and keeping it local. Check it our yourself at the Riverside Arts Market on any Saturday to see the unique juxtaposition of history, culture, charm and modern design.
Just a few minutes from Downtown, Jacksonville's white sand beaches await you. Spend a day unwinding by the ocean and enjoy the nearby shops, restaurants, attractions, and nightlife in the evening. Bring your flip-flops and pack that sunscreen, Jacksonville has 22 miles of wide, uncrowded, white-sandy beaches that offer visitors majestic sunrises and star filled nights. Visitors will find plenty to do and a variety of water activities. Casual fun restaurants, nightlife hotspots, souvenir shops, and oceanfront hotels blend into the scene without crowding the views of the shorelines in Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Atlantic Beach, and Mayport.
Situated between Vanderbilt and Belmont University, you'll never run out of things to do!
Athens of the South, Buckle of the Bible Belt, Nashvegas, Music City - whatever you are in town for, there is no denying that the spirit of Nashville.
The unit is situated in the historic Belmont-Hillsboro neighborhood. Nestled in between two universities, it is perfect for college visits or graduation gatherings. Being only a 10-minute walk to the popular 12 South, you can be first to hit local stores like Reese Witherspoon's store Draper James. We personally like to start our mornings at proper bagel or Biscuit Love, but if you are tired from a night out, we also have a fully stocked kitchen with brand new appliances.
The McAfee Concert hall is only 500 ft away, but if you are here to check out the Nashville Symphony or catch a show at the famous Grand Ole Opry, parking is provided in the back of the building
312: Home to Al Capone, the deep dish pizza, and the Cubs Out of over 77 neighborhoods, Chicago Ave in West Town has been growing into a culinary melting pot. Historically known as Polish Downtown, West Town has been growing into a neighborhood offering a variety of restaurants, galleries, coffee shops, and bars. Here, you can find a mix of Old Chicago establishments such as El Taco Veloz juxtaposed to modern date-night restaurants like Yuzu Sushi. This 2-mile strip has something for everybody, but if you're in town to check out the classics, our Noble Sq Duplex is only a 6 minute walk to the Chicago Blue Line station to take you straight into the Loop!