Halfway gone. (Photo by Scott Sailer)
Nearly gone. (Provided by Harbinger)
All gone. (Provided by Harbinger)
The final letter is removed. (Provided by Harbinger)
The EverBank Field sign starts coming down on the east side of the stadium. (Provided by Harbinger)
Halfway there. (Provided by Harbinger)
Letters sit on the ground while workers prepare to remove the Greyhound.
The bus station at 10 N. Pearl St. was built more than 60 years ago.
With the letters removed, workers prepare to bring down the Greyhound at 10 N. Pearl St.
The letters await transport to Orlando.
Down come the classic letters on the former bus station.
The towering atrium area at 121 Atlantic Place.
JEA currently occupies several floors at 121 Atlantic Place, including this space. The transportation agency will be moving in about 18 months.
Sommelier Kris Chislett described the each of the wines, and cracked a few good one-liners, at every top.
A view of the St. Johns River from the 22nd floor of the Enterprise Center at 225 Water St. and the offices of Gresham, Smith & Partners.