Murray Hill is one of the more than 500 neighborhoods that are located within the area of Jacksonville, Fla., making Jacksonville the largest city in the United States by area. Residents of Murray Hill have plenty of options for their commute from the neighborhood to downtown. The area is bordered by major roadways including Interstate 10, Casset Avenue, Park Street and Roosevelt Boulevard.
Murray Hill was founded in 1907 and takes its name from a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City. Murray Hill is a historic area filled with an eclectic mix of commercial and residential structures that have a wide range of architectural details that make this area unique.
Residents of Murray Hill can enjoy the serene landscape of Four Corner's Park, which spans nearly four blocks and is completely surrounded by the residential district. Historic eateries in this neighborhood are also available for residents to visit. For example, the landmark Edgewood Bakery is a "from-scratch" operation that opened its doors in 1947 and has been in business for more than 60 years. Music lovers should be sure to visit the Murray Hill Theater that is open to all ages. The theater presents live faith-rock shows with a state of the art sound and lighting system every weekend.