111 Spring

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Artist's rendering of 111 Spring

111 Spring was a $30 million[1] condominium project in downtown Pensacola that was developed by Gunther Properties and Crossland of Tallahassee. The 12-story, 63-unit condo was planned to occupy a 0.6-acre site on the northwest corner of Spring and Chase Streets, two blocks north of the proposed Community Maritime Park.

As of 2008, due to the housing market decline, the project has been abandoned[2] and the land is for sale.[3]

References & external links[edit]

  1. "New high-rise condominium planned near proposed park." Pensacola News Journal, August 5, 2005.
  2. http://www.ci.pensacola.fl.us/live/casetracking.asp?type=dev&YR=2007
  3. http://www.guntherproperties.com/commercial/commercial.asp?ID=238