Former landmarks become apartments in Jacksonville

Published on June 6, 2023 at 9:58 am

In a city that’s always changing, even decades-old landmarks are on the chopping block.

Population growth in Jacksonville has made the expansion of housing options a necessity, and some of the properties most likely to be converted for this purpose seem to be ones that were once well-known landmarks in the community.

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Among them: River City Brewing Co., Morocco Shrine Center and Southgate Plaza.

Read the rest of this story at the Florida Times-Union, a Jacksonville Today news partner.

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