Photos taken Dec. 30 show the western end of the structure has been demolished.
As of Dec. 30, another chunk of The Jacksonville Landing has come down.
In photos taken from the Colliers International offices on the 15th floor of VyStar Tower, rubble from the western end of the structure – which housed Hooters – is being sorted through by demolition workers.
D.H. Griffin is razing the two-story, 178,838-square-foot structure built 32 years ago at 2 Independent Drive W. on the Northbank of the St. Johns River.
The city took control of the Landing in February after a $15 million settlement with Sleiman Enterprises Inc. The city owned the property while Sleiman owned the building.
D.H. Griffin has until May 28 to demolish the two-story, 56-foot-tall structure, according to the deadline set by the city.