The Exchange Bank Building

The Exchange Bank Building (HM2FF5)

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N 30° 26.439', W 84° 16.831'

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In recognition of its historic significance is listed in
The National Register of Historic Places

The Building, when constructed in 1927, was at the forefront of the business community with such prominent tenants as LeRoy Collins (Governor of Florida 1955-1961) and B.K. Roberts (Florida Supreme Court Justice 1949-1976). At six stories, it was the tallest office building in Tallahassee until 1975. The Building is the only structure in the Original Plan of the City of Tallahassee on the Register to retain its architectural integrity and continued use for its original commercial purpose. The Building was rehabilitated in 1985 by Wilton Miller and Robert Olive.
1984National Park ServiceUnited States Department of the InteriorWashington, D.C.
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HM NumberHM2FF5
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Year Placed1984
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Date Added Sunday, April 7th, 2019 at 11:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16R E 761169 N 3370756
Decimal Degrees30.44065000, -84.28051667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 30° 26.439', W 84° 16.831'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds30° 26' 26.34" N, 84° 16' 49.86" W
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