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City Issues Permits To Convert Former FBI Building Into Apartments

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Jacksonville Daily Record
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The former FBI building in Arlington is slated for conversion into 118 apartments.

With permits issued Dec. 10, developers Marc Peter Kozman and Magdi Samuel can start work on converting the former FBI Building into the Arlington Apartments at a cost of $11 million.

As Theotokos Holdings LLC, the developers own the property at 7820 Arlington Expressway and will turn the six-story building in 118 apartments with an amenity center and gym, according to WJCT News partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.

Axios Construction Services LLC of Fern Park is the contractor. Fisher Koppenhafer of Jacksonville is the architect.

The city issued permits for 95,256 square feet to be converted into apartments at a cost of almost $10.98 million and for a 6,745-square-foot amenity center and gym at a cost of $100,000.

Kozman and Samuel said in September they hoped to renovate the former FBI building in Arlington into 118 apartments “as soon as possible.”

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