Trolley cars that used to crisscross the Brooklyn Station area are commemorated by two building-high murals, painted by local artist David Nackashi.
The artwork honors the neighborhood's rich history as Jacksonville's "Commercial Street" in the early 1900's.
Carefully selected retailers and restaurants offer customers one-of-a-kind experiences with products and services they won't find just anywhere.
The property gives the Jacksonville community a dry bar, a whole body cryogenic therapy studio, and a gourmet ice pop parlor, to name just a few of its best-in-class merchants.
A rooftop patio makes Brooklyn Station the place to go for a spectacular view of downtown, an outing that's singularly Jacksonville for visitors gathered at Burrito Gallery.
Visitors come to the center for the best in local cuisine, popular retailers, high-end services, and upscale grocery shopping.
Retailers are selected to best serve Brooklyn Station's surrounding neighborhoods, and bring exciting options to the wider Jacksonville community.