Beaver Street to be Reconstructed

Published On: Jan 13 2014 04:14:17 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 17 2014 07:57:29 AM EST

Once known as Enterprise Street, during the early 20th century, it was a busy industrial hub anchored by rail yards, slaughterhouses, foundries, naval store yards and manufacturing plants.

Today, unlike many areas of town that have been around for over a century, it still lives on. However, a cluster of buildings and industries developed during a different period leaves it with an architectural blend and market-style atmosphere that is unique to Jacksonville's urban core.

After a century of wear and tear, the time has come to reconstruct one of its oldest remaining sections between McDuff Avenue and Stockton Street...

Beaver Street Reconstruction


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