The Florida Trust for Historic Places held a contest to select the most endangered historic sites in Florida of historical and architectural significance back in February. We wrote about the nomination process HERE.

Bungalower reader, Sabastian Sanchez with Weichert Realtors-Hallmark Properties (Website), submitted an application for the 1 N. Orange Ave. building in Downtown Orlando, and it was actually nominated for the list. The building is one of Orlando’s original historic “sky scrapers” and has been vacant since 2002. See the complete description, HERE.
Other endangered historic sites include the Key West Reef Lighthouses, Green Gables in Melbourne, and Spring House, a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Tallahassee.


Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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