City Hall Annex (Jacksonville, Florida)

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City Hall Annex
City Hall Annex (Jacksonville, Florida) is located in Central Jacksonville
City Hall Annex (Jacksonville, Florida)
Location within Central Jacksonville
City Hall Annex (Jacksonville, Florida) is located in Florida
City Hall Annex (Jacksonville, Florida)
City Hall Annex (Jacksonville, Florida) (Florida)
Former namesCity Hall
Courthouse Annex
General information
TypeCivic office
Location220 East Bay Street
Jacksonville, Florida
Coordinates30°19′30″N 81°39′18″W / 30.32506°N 81.65503°W / 30.32506; -81.65503Coordinates: 30°19′30″N 81°39′18″W / 30.32506°N 81.65503°W / 30.32506; -81.65503
DemolishedJanuary 20, 2019
OwnerCity of Jacksonville
Roof210.00 ft (64.01 m)
Technical details
Floor count15
Floor area210,396 sq ft (19,546.4 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectReynolds, Smith & Hills

The City Hall Annex was a 210 ft (64 m) high-rise in Jacksonville, Florida, located in the Northbank area of downtown. Completed in 1960 as City Hall, the building's design was symbolic of the city's accession to modernity.[1] It was designed by the architecture firm Reynolds, Smith & Hills. Until its implosion in 2019 the building served as a prime example of Mid-century modern architecture. Main civic operations have since moved to their current home in the St. James Building.[2]


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  1. ^ "220 East Bay St – Old Courthouse Annex". Build DTJAX. Retrieved January 24, 2017.
  2. ^ "City Hall Annex". Emporis. Retrieved December 26, 2016.