Federal Reserve Adaptive Reuse

Federal Reserve Adaptive Reuse

The Federal Reserve Building was constructed in 1923, 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 Federal Reserve building will be converted into a mixed-use development including multiple restaurants, and banquet/event space, along with an exterior courtyard for outdoor dining. The Building requires 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.

  • Owner: JWB Real Estate Capital
  • Design – 2020-2021
  • Construction – Start Aug 2021
  • Completion Anticipated Summer 2022
  • Cost: $18 million (Including Adjacent Courtyard and Baptist Convention Building)

JWB Real Estate Capital


Jacksonville, FL

Project Area:

18,500 sf Building Area
6,500 sf Outdoor Courtyard

Year Built: