J H Churchwell Building
J H Churchwell Building 3, Jacksonville, Fl. This building also known as Covington Company Building, Robert V. Covington, constructed this building in 1905 as a Dry Goods Distributor and sold it to J. H. Churchwell in 1925, who founded the company that sold dry goods, shoes & notions. This 100 year old warehouse is a solid piece of the past.
A classic example of 20th century commercial architecture, the J.H. Churchwell building was built just after the Great Fire of 1901 and has undergone a complete renovation. Centrally located to fine dining, entertainment and shopping - Churchwell Lofts is the Downtown spot for uptown living.
Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida --Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Commercial buildings-Florida-Jacksonville; Historic buildings; Warehouse; Dry goods company; J H Churchwell Building; Covington Building; Duval County (Fl)