Gainesville, Florida is the largest city in Alachua County, with a population of over 120,000 people. It's located in north central Florida and is considered part of the Gainesville-Ocala Metropolitan Statistical Area. Gainesville is the largest city in Alachua County and is home to many wonderful attractions.
The University of Florida is located in Gainesville and offers a variety of activities for students and non-students alike. Students can find apartments near campus or farther away if they prefer more privacy or have a car at their disposal. There are also plenty of restaurants nearby so no matter what mealtime it is you'll be able to find something delicious without having to go far!
he local economy is driven by agriculture (including citrus groves), manufacturing (like machine tools) and tourism (from visiting Gators fans). The city's many historic districts include downtown Gainesville and neighborhoods like Midtown Heights on the east side where you'll find small bungalows built during Florida’s first land boom period from 1910-1915 or later along Main Street where houses were built during WWI when lumber was scarce due to war efforts overseas .
Many popular neighborhoods surround UF: Santa Fe College Area, NE 23rd Ave Corridor (also known as SFC), Downtown Eastside (DTES), Northwest Alachua County Area (NWAC). These areas offer plenty of options when deciding where you want to live; there's nothing quite like living near your favorite bar or restaurant!