218 Church Street is the newest apartment complex in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville. Each newly renovated apartment offers modern finishes, wood-finish flooring, and a washer/dryer in every unit. Floor plans include studio and one bedroom units. Residents will have access to first-floor restaurants and retail. The building is adjacent to a common courtyard where you can enjoy a beautiful outdoor space equipped with seating and fire tables. You’ll find yourself walking distance to some of downtown Jacksonville’s most notable locations like Sweet Pete’s Candy Shop and James Weldon Johnson Park.
The building was constructed in 1924 by Jacksonville famed Architect Henry John Klutho and is a National Historic Landmark Building. The building was abandoned for approximately 40+ years and followed NPS guidelines for historic renovations.
This historic redevelopment project is a recipient of the DIA’s Downtown Preservation and Revitalization Program (DPRP).
W.A. Knight Lofts are located in a charming area of Jacksonville, Florida. This building was built in 1923 and is a historical building that was used as commercial offices and was renovated in 2001. You will find 12 lofts that have the historic charm of the 1920’s. You can find the original windows, brick, metal work, doors, hallways and more from the building.
Set right in the heart of downtown Jacksonville in the historic Lerner Building, FSCJ Student Housing offers a convenient and affordable housing opportunity for our students.
Beautifully renovated to maintain the building’s historical character, the 58 apartment-style living spaces are positioned on the second through sixth floors.
FSCJ student housing offers the modern, comfortable conveniences of home with a trendy, urban twist. Residents enjoy access to FSCJ’s Downtown Campus, dining and entertainment just steps from their front door.
Applications are currently being accepted for current and future terms.
For more information, please email FSCJ Housing.
Churchwell Lofts are located in the History Dry Goods Building and features authentic loft elements such as exposed brick and wood beams. There is also off-site parking available less than a block away.