Downtown Jacksonville Multiple Property Submission

The Downtown Jacksonville Multiple Property Submission is a Multiple Property Submission (MPS) of historic buildings to the National Register of Historic Places in Jacksonville, Florida. It consists of eleven properties in Downtown Jacksonville that were added to the National Register between 1992 and 2007.

Resource Name Also known as Address City/County Added
Buckman and Ulmer Building 29-33 West Monroe Street Jacksonville, Duval County December 30, 1992
Church of the Immaculate Conception 121 East Duval Street Jacksonville, Duval County December 30, 1992
Groover-Stewart Drug Company Building McKesson-Robbins Drug Company Building 25 North Market Street Jacksonville, Duval County December 30, 1992
Mount Zion AME Church 201 East Beaver Street Jacksonville, Duval County December 30, 1992
Plaza Hotel 353 East Forsyth Street Jacksonville, Duval County December 30, 1992
South Atlantic Investment Corporation Building 35-39 West Monroe Street Jacksonville, Duval County December 30, 1992
Atlantic National Bank Annex 118 West Adams Street Jacksonville, Duval County November 7, 1997
Elks Club Building 201-213 North Laura Street Jacksonville, Duval County March 9, 2000
Lynch Building American Heritage Life Building 11 Forsyth Street Jacksonville, Duval County December 23, 2003
W. A. Knight Building Peninsular Building or Greenleaf & Crosby Annex 113 West Adams Street Jacksonville, Duval County March 15, 2005
Hutchinson-Suddath Building 315-319 East Bay Street Jacksonville, Duval County October 3, 2007

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