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There's also the Peninsula condo building right there mostly owner occupied with private rentals, too, though and gay people. Once I had a Meet & Greet at 11 East with a single man so told my BFF "If I don't call you by 8PM call me or call the cops" and gave him the address. If you're looking for a new job in a VIBRANT NIGHTLIFE city, that's really different than looking for a job and HOPING it's in a vibrant nightlife city. The people I spoke about above are in your general demographic. I gave you a link to Metro because that's your exact demo, albeit not all individuals even go to bars. But I don't know whether my opinion is mainstream or not (from either side of the aisle). We're a step down from Charlotte but in the same tier.
As it turns out, the client was a relocated gay guy with no friends so when my friend called me I put them on the phone together for a joke to laugh about my suspicious story - and they became friends thereafter. So coming from Philly, I'd say it's OK even though Jax is a humble quiet city that still has a slow southern vibe - and OK maybe not so "with it"..I have no nightmare stories to tell. Like announcing their dog was gay in an elevator full of people because they put a glitter sweater on him. But the point is there are enough people to fill that bar. But Charlotte has had a renaissance the past couple decades and Jax hasn't. Unless it's for a job or career opportunity that you really want regardless of the social scene. Robyn Thank you everyone, I am looking for a city that has a vibrant nightlife and urban core, but judging from the feedback it is the opposite? I'm 25 and single, so I don't know if that demographic fits me. The primary issue is that Jax's CBD isnt as strong as Charlotte's.
Riverside has a couple districts that are really fun. Springfield is on the up swing as well as Murray Hill. If you work farther east then living at the Beaches or St Johns Town Center are potential options. The JAX metro area is huge - and your best housing options will probably depend a lot on where you'll be working. And the gay people I know here are mostly older and married. I don't think anyone - at least where I live - gives the issue a second thought these days. I did very well there as a dog walker, much better than where I am now in Indian River County as far as how easy it was to get clients and them becoming friends and regulars. I haven't lived there in about four years but there are enough gay people to keep busy bars in business including Drag Race queens passing through regularly like Metro.
Metro Entertainment Complex There are plenty of other spots, smaller, or sportsbars or whatever (or used to) so just sayin.... Another time a girl was naked down their hallway in 11 East with her girlfriend getting it on after coming home from going out so those clients were laughing hysterically and calling me whispering with all the shenanigans. If you looked at that apartment building, you'd never expect that - just looks like a normal older building of renters.
There are no gay districts unfortunately, but in the general Riverside area you can find a handful of specifically gay establishments and the nightlife overall is pretty gay friendly.
Even though in time, Palm Coast will grow like any other area, currently, I believe the population is right at 40,000.I even saw T-hustlers walking around over by the little skyway area and nobody saying a word. Thank you everyone, I am looking for a city that has a vibrant nightlife and urban core, but judging from the feedback it is the opposite? I'm 25 and single, so I don't know if that demographic fits me. Thank you everyone, I am looking for a city that has a vibrant nightlife and urban core, but judging from the feedback it is the opposite? I'm 25 and single, so I don't know if that demographic fits me. NEVER MOVE until you visit a city and draw your own conclusions. Thank you everyone, I am looking for a city that has a vibrant nightlife and urban core, but judging from the feedback it is the opposite? I'm 25 and single, so I don't know if that demographic fits me. Can't speak to the nightlife here (I'm usually in bed by 10) - but vibrant night life and urban core doesn't describe Jacksonville IMO. Network and club a bit - and try to find out for yourself? And nightlife districts are spread throughout the city.I WILL say the people I heard make the most stupid homophobic "jokes" were my millennial LIBERAL clients or workers. Even by my rather sedate senior standards (we just got back from a week in Madrid and *it* has a vibrant night night and urban core - not anything like JAX). A trip or two - to paraphrase - is like a thousand words. A very active social life for who knows how many years? Like I said - most of the gay people I know here are older and married. However, the urban core as a whole (outside of downtown) is thriving.I am worried about the stories of crime and homophobia here. I would venture to say its not that different than Charlotte. Downtown is not vibrant but there are people working on changing that .
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If you like the beach you may want to consider the Beaches, 20 minute Southside and 30-45 to Downtown. That said, it's not a bad place and there is definitely a thriving gay population.