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The Federal Reserve Building and Florida Baptist Building in Downtown Jacksonville represent the first phase of development for this dynamic, mixed-use environment. There is simply nothing in the market with this kind of energy – ideal for delighting current customers and attracting new ones. 


 
Completed in 1922, the Federal Reserve Bank Building is notable for being designed by Henrietta Dozier, Jacksonville’s first woman architect. Vacant for decades, JWB Real Estate Capital has started work on their $18.55 M mixed-use development.In addition to a 9,000 SF event space The Federal Reserve building has two opportunities for lease 


 
The adaptive reuse of the long abandoned First Baptist Convention Building is now underway. Completed in 1924, the First Baptist Convention Building is notable for being the last office building in Downtown Jacksonville designed by Henry Klutho. JWB Real Estate Capital plans to convert the building into a mixed-use project that will include 24 apartments and ground floor retail.