Ferg’s Depot (Facebook | Website), located in the historic Orlando Railroad Depot, is proposing to demolish noncontributing breezeway additions in order to expose original floor plan and walls.

The Old Orlando Railroad Depot was originally built in 1889, placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, designated an Orlando Landmark in 1978, and is a contributing structure in the Downtown Historic District created in 1980.

Accordint to the City case report, in 1987, the Historic Preservation Board approved the two glass and wood additions in the breezeway between the northern portion of the station and the central portion. The applicant is proposing to remove the 1987 glass and wood additions to the breezeway between the north building and the center building to expose the original walls and windows. The concrete floor is proposed to be stained to match the existing tile floor adjacent



Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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