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Living in New Town Jacksonville

New Town is the 15th most walkable neighborhood in Jacksonville with 1,814 residents.

New Town is somewhat bikeable.

Nearby neighborhoods: Mid-Westside, Mixon Town, LaVilla, College Gardens, Hogan's Creek, Robinson and Moncrief Park.

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Walk Score of New Town, Jacksonville, FL

New Town is Somewhat Walkable

Some errands can be accomplished on foot.

Some errands can be accomplished on foot in New Town Jacksonville.

New Town is the 15th most walkable neighborhood in Jacksonville with a Walk Score of 55.

Find apartments in Jacksonville's most walkable neighborhoods: Downtown, San Marco and Riverside.

New Town Neighborhood Ranking

Compare New Town to other Jacksonville neighborhoods.

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Population

13 Arlington 56 - 52 4,670
14 Hogan's Creek 55 - 56 2,576
15 New Town 55 - 61 1,814
16 Monterey 55 - 45 2,631
17 Lakeshore 55 - 56 4,194

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Eating & Drinking

There are about 8 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in New Town.

People in New Town can walk to an average of 0.6 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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Bike Score of New Town, Jacksonville, FL

New Town is Bikeable

Some bike infrastructure.

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