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With the largest population and land area of any city in the State of Florida, downtown Jacksonville is a city on the move, with explosive energy changing and improving the face of the city. Visitors and residents alike love the wide variety of cultural offerings and professional sporting events in downtown Jacksonville. The city is also home to a wide variety of eclectic shops and restaurants to suit every style and taste. And Jacksonville is proud to be a green city where residents can enjoy nature’s beauty, with the largest urban park system in the country.

The historic town of Fernandina and the beautiful beaches of Amelia Island are just east of Tributary on Highway 200. Here, you can stroll through more than 50 blocks of beautiful, historic Victorian-era buildings, wander through the eclectic art galleries, antique stores and gift shops filled with one-of-a-kind finds. Then relax and enjoy a delicious meal and a refreshing drink at one of the many fabulous restaurants that fill this friendly, old Florida town. When you’re ready to cool off, head to Amelia Island’s 13 miles of pristine beaches for a relaxing day in the Florida sun.

Here in North Florida, the medical community is leading the way, driving high demand for new homes and facilities for its health care providers. Nassau County is welcoming four new healthcare innovators to the community with open arms – UF Health, Baptist Health, River City Rehabilitation Center, and Memorial Hospital. The expansion of the medical industry is a key component to creating a thriving community in Nassau County, creating both high-paying new jobs and top-notch services for the broader community.

Don’t sleep through this lesson! Nassau County is home to one of the highest-rated school districts in the state of Florida. With top-rated teachers, high graduation rates, impressive test scores and excellent athletics, it’s no wonder that parents seek out a Nassau County education for their children. Among the pristine schools just down the road from Tributary are Wildlight Elementary, Yulee Elementary, Yulee Middle and Yulee High School. Best of all, a brand new public elementary school is coming to Tributary within the next couple of years.

At Tributary, you are in close proximity to all the best attractions in North Florida. The bustling atmosphere of Jacksonville is 30 minutes South; the white sand beaches along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean are just due east and the area’s recent economic growth has introduced a new concentration of shopping, dining and more. Whether you’re looking to take in a Jaguars game, visit the many museums or art exhibits, enjoy the day in historic downtown Fernandina or discover your natural side at one of the many estuaries located within 4 Creeks State Forest. North Florida has something here for everyone.

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