Jensen Beach

Jensen Beach is a small city, or in this case Census-Designated Place, in Florida on the Treasure Coast. The current population was a little over 11,000 people as of the 2010 census.

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About Jensen Beach

Jensen Beach is a very-little talked about city in Florida, but with a downtown located close to the beach, there are many fun activities for you to partake in. Most activities and festivals are sponsored by local radio stations, taking place in downtown and Memorial Park in the downtown area of Stuart, a neighboring city. JB is a common nickname of this small, hip town, and the core of the town is full of outstanding architecture and mouthwatering cultural cuisine, ranging from the streets of New Orleans to seafood and homestyle cooking. The skyline of Jensen Beach on its barrier island consists only of condominium buildings.

JB used to be served by the Florida East Coast Railway through a station within the core, and the service was terminated in the 1950s. The only mass transport serving the town is by bus.


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