Jaguar-painted building's future in jeopardy | News
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- In about 3 weeks, the future of a historic downtown building will be decided.
The Bostwick Building is probably best-known for the Jaguar mural on the side. It's located on the corner of Ocean and Bay Streets.
It was built in 1902, but it's been 30 years since the building was used by anyone for business.
The owners have submitted a permit to demolish it, but a Jacksonville leader says there's concern about its future.
The Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission meets 3 weeks from Wednesday, and will decide what to do.