St. James Building

The St. James Building is an historic building in Downtown , currently housing Jacksonville City Hall. It was designed by architect Henry John Klutho and opened in 1912.

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The , also known as MOCA Jacksonville, is a contemporary art museum in , funded and operated as a "cultural institute" of the University of North Florida. is situated 350 feet southeast of St. James Building. Photo: Mocando, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Park
is a 1.54-acre public park in Downtown . Photo: Mathew105601, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Courthouse
The is a courthouse and U.S. federal government facility in . is situated 530 feet west of St. James Building. Photo: Mgreason, Public domain.

Railway station
is a Jacksonville Skyway monorail station in . is situated 340 feet southwest of St. James Building. Photo: Mathew105601, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

occupies one of the most coveted spots on the Atlantic coast. Photo: Mathew105601, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Hamlet
is a neighborhood of , considered part of the downtown area. Photo: LoneStarMike, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Hamlet
is a historic neighborhood of , , United States, located to the north of downtown. Photo: Mathew105601, CC BY-SA 3.0.

St. James Building

Latitude
30.3301° or 30° 19' 48.2" north
Longitude
-81.6591° or 81° 39' 32.6" west
Open­Street­Map ID
way 326826326
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Also Known As

  • Chinese: 圣詹姆斯大楼
  • Chinese: 聖詹姆斯大樓
  • Jacksonville City Hall
  • Saint James Building

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