Leland Management Welcomes The John Gorrie

biz_02GorrieCondos06Leland Management would like to welcome The John Gorrie Condominium to our Jacksonville Division. Originally opened in 1923, The John Gorrie Junior High School provided educational excellence to the children of the Riverside neighborhood in Jacksonville until it was closed in 1997. In February 2009, Jacksonville Jaguars co-owner Delores Bar Weaver and J. Wayne purchased the historical landmark and began extensive renovations on the property.  The result is a 68 unit residence including studios, one & two bedroom condos and two story townhomes ranging in size from 800 to 1800 sq. ft. Featuring Palladian windows, soaring ceilings, exposed brick walls, and a private courtyard, Weaver took care to preserve the historical significance of the building while blending modern luxuries such as stainless steel GE appliances, gourmet kitchens and pedestal sinks in every unit. One of the most compelling aspects about the John Gorrie is that each unit is completely unique. The condominium is located on the corner of Stockton and College streets, within walking distance of a multitude of local restaurants, boutiques and shopping areas. Residents also enjoy close proximity to the banks of the St. Johns River, oak-canopied streets and a sampling of the area’s most marvelously maintained parks. The community is minutes from downtown Jacksonville, cultural landmarks such as the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens and national sporting venues. For more information about this association please visit http://www.johngorrie.com/.

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