Are you considering moving to Gainesville, FL? Learn more about Gainesville and see if it is a match for you.
Today Gainesville is expanding with roughly 131,000 people as of 2016. Recent expansions are in progress around the new Butler Town Center on Archer Road. Roughly half the population of Orlando, Gainesville has a wide variety of people to meet.
Gainesville transformed since being founded in 1869. It was founded as a small railroad throughway and slowly grew from a swamp-land into an a medical and educational center.
What’s in Gainesville:
Visit Gainesville for the Florida Gators, UF, Shands, Gatorade, Prayne’s Prairie, Gainesville Raceway, Lake Alice, and Ginnie Springs. Gainesville is full of activities like close-by springs, lakes, walking trails, alligators, downtown, theaters, and sports activities. Don’t pet the alligators!
Moving to Gainesville 101:
Gainesville works to be a healthy and eco-friendly city that is friendly to biking, natural landmarks, and animals. If you enjoy being outdoors, pack your bike and a swimsuit. Gainesville is about an two hours from Daytona Beach or nearby several springs. Other items you might want to pack: sunscreen, an umbrella, beach chair, orange & blue, a fishing pole, shorts, flip flops, and maybe a season pass to Disney.
Moving to Gainesville, FL is a great idea if you like the Gators, beaches, Disney, outdoor activities, a variety of cuisine, researching, or assisting others in a medical practice.
Companies in Gainesville:
The top employers in Gainesville are UF, Shands, Veteran Affairs, Alachua Country School Board, City of Gainesville, Publix, North Florida Regional, Nationwide, Alachua Country, and Santa Fe College. Gainesville is home to a wide variety of medical, educational, agriculture, and start-up technology companies. Also, 2 College Brothers hires in Gainesville, if you would like to help as a mover!
Wade Swikle started out in the moving business while a student at the University of Florida, graduating with a Bachelor’s in Telecommunication and a Master’s in Entrepreneurship, before becoming president of 2 College Brothers.