Greenleaf and Crosby
Greenleaf and Crosby Building located in Jacksonville, Florida. It was built in 1927 and designed by Marsh and Saxelbye. The southern half of the building is twelve stories and the northern half only two stories. The Laura and Adams streets facades are decorated with terra cotta panels depicting griffins, eagles, urns, & floral motifs. The building was originally a jewelry store owned by Damon Greenleaf and J.H. Crosby and is now primarily office space.
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