Adaptive Reuse

Baptist Convention Building Adaptive Reuse

The Baptist Convention building was constructed in 1924, by Jacksonville famed Architect Henry John Klutho, and is a National Historic Landmark Building. The building has been abandoned for approximately 40+ years and will follow NPS guidelines for historic renovations. The Baptist Convention Building will be converted to a mixed-use facility, comprised of future mercantile suites, future restaurant spaces, and 24 studio and 1-bedroom apartments. The Baptist Convention building requires extensive structural repairs, and also requires a complete replacement of building systems, such as HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Technology, etc. The project has received Historic approvals from the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), the National Park Service (NPS), and a local COJ COA.

  • 24 studio apartments
  • Retail
  • 24 studio & 1-bedroom apartments
  • Historic Tax credits

JWB Real Estate Capital


Jacksonville, FL

Project Area:

26,000 sf

Year Built: