Innerarity Street

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Innerarity Street
West end: South A Street
East end: South de Villiers Street

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Innerarity Street is an east-west street in downtown Pensacola that exists in two short spans. It is named for John Innerarity or the Innerarity family.

Innerarity Street begins at South A Street and travels easterly one block to South Clubbs Street. It is interrupted between Clubbs and Coyle Streets, then runs from Coyle one block east, terminating at South de Villiers Street.

Both spans are unpaved and neither resembles a street; if not for the fact that they were marked, many might consider them driveways, alleyways, or unimproved property.

The span between South Coyle and South de Villiers Streets is depicted on the 1903 Sanborn Map as Innerarity Alley.