Graffiti covers the exterior of the building at 905 W. Forsyth St. in LaVilla near Downtown.
The original red brick can be found inside the structure. On the exterior, developer Paul Sifton said he plans to expose as much of the brick as possible.
A Lee & Cates Glass sign remains inside the building. The company was the last occupant of the structure.
Lee & Cates Glass Inc. formerly occupied the building, but moved after a fire in 2003. The developer plans to remove the metal siding to expose the brick below.
Mark K. Bennett
The five-story Lofts at Monroe in the LaVilla at 906 W. Monroe St. had a soft opening for residents Nov. 1 but officially opened Thursday.
Brian Hughes, left, interim CEO of the Downtown Investment Authority and chief of staff for Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, talked about the impact of Lofts at Monroe at the community’s grand opening Thursday.
The kitchen area in one of the apartments at the Lofts at Monroe.
A one-bedroom unit on the fifth floor of Lofts at Monroe was shown during a tour of the new affordable housing complex, with an eastward view of Downtown Jacksonville.
Officials take part in the grand opening Thursday at the Lofts at Monroe.
The clubroom inside the Lofts at Monroe.
The internet cafe.
The reception area.
The first floor of The Lofts at Monroe includes a gym.
Union Hall is planned as the next phase of the San Marco Train Station development on Hendricks Avenue.
One concept that Ashco plans to bring to Jacksonville features floating umbrellas.
The floating umbrellas mimic those found in Solomon Street in the historic Nachalat Shiva district of downtown Jerusalem
A restaurant is planned for the 900-square-foot building while at least two concepts are being considered for the larger 3,000-square-foot building.
Fishweir Brewing Co. at 1183 Edgewood Ave. S. in Murray Hill.
Fishweir Brewing Co. taproom
Solid red oak bar top milled by Florida Crotchwood in Gainesville.
Restroom vanity counters milled from a Fishweir Park tree.
Oak Club growlers and Fishweir Brewing Co. crowlers.
Dr. Ana Sanchez
Dr. Kent Thielen
The Gulf Life “GL” can be found on stone blocks at the corners of the building, which was built in 1947.
The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department plans to renovate this building next door for an office expansion.
The site is near the Jones Bros. Furniture Building, which being considered for redevelopment.
The two-story, 10,500-square-foot building was constructed in 1947.
The former Gulf Life Insurance Building at 604 N. Hogan St. was recommended for demolition by the Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission.