John Gorrie Junior High School
Riverside Historic District
John Gorrie Jr High Entryway Jacksonville FL
This is the high Entry way to the John Gurrie Junior high school which was built in 1923.
John Gorrie Junior High School, located in Jacksonville, Florida, is a contributing building to the Riverside Historic District. John Gorrie Junior High School at 2525 College Street in Jacksonville is of the Mediterranean Revival Style, which is an eclectic style containing architectural elements with Spanish and Italian precedents. Roy A. Benjamin and Mellen C. Greeley, were the architects of the building.
The school was constructed in 1923 and is now listed as an Historic Landmark by the Jacksonville Historic Landmarks Commission, as well as a contributing structure to the Riverside Historic District. The school is owned by the Duval County School Board; however, the building no longer serves as a school and is being utilized primarily as a teacher supply depot for the School Board.
Currently The John Gorrie a condominium is a is a meticulous restoration and renovation of the former John Gorrie Junior High School into 68 condominium homes, under the direction of Delores Barr Weaver & J Wayne, who purchased it in 2009.
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