Category: urban exploring

One of the locations included in my latest boo…

One of the locations included in my latest book, the old Duval County Armory has been put up for sale by the city. The property is valued at $2.8 million. The property located just across Hogan’s Creek is also for sale and is valued at $653,000. Sealed bids for the armory are due by 2 p.m. July 31. The bids will be read at that time in the Ed Ball Building at 214 N. Hogan St., Suite 110.

In the past, there have been many proposals for the building including turning it into a museum or a homeless day center. The building is still in relatively good shape so here’s hoping that something positive comes out of it. What would you like to see this building used for?

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The Amertec building once located on W 21 St i…

The Amertec building once located on W 21 St in Hialeah was designed in 1967 by architect Chayo Frank for his family’s woodworking firm. When the business was sold in 2002 the building was used for produce storage. It was demolished in 2017. I still remember driving by it as a kid and always wondered about it, later being so excited once I finally got to see the inside for myself.

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