Work begins to replace downtown building's broken windows

Blackstone Building's windows were shattered by blast of old City Hall implosion

By Allyson Henning - Reporter

Work has begun to replace the windows in the Blackstone Building after the implosion of the old City Hall building.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Work has begun to replace the windows in the Blackstone Building on Bay Street that were broken when the old City Hall building in downtown Jacksonville was imploded in January.

There were some windows damaged in buildings near the old City Hall by the blast of the implosion, including at the Blackstone office building. In addition to the Blackstone Building, the Downtown Duval Building and the Churchwell Lofts were also damaged.

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On Monday, crews could be seen fixing the Blackstone Building's broken windows.

There's no word on how long the repairs will take.

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