JWB Real Estate Capital is seeking approval to renovate two historic downtown buildings in Jacksonville.
The developer applied to the city for permits totaling an estimated $9 million in construction costs for the adaptive reuse of two historic downtown buildings, reports JAX Daily Record.
The developer filed civil engineering plans with the city for review to redevelop the Federal Reserve and Baptist Convention buildings at Hogan and Church streets.
The Baptist Convention Building is a five-story at 218 W. Church St., while the Federal Reserve Building is a four-story building at 424 N. Hogan St.
Auld & White Constructors LLC is the contractor for both projects. The redevelopment team also includes Robbins Design Studio, Connelly & Wicker, TLC Engineering Solutions and Atlantic Engineering Services.
JWB wants to begin the work in the third quarter of 2021.