This week, I'm bringing you a small sampling of the architecture of the University of Florida Campus.
I thought this was a good representation of what the current economy has done to the construction industry around here. This building was started, but then abandoned before it was ever finished. This eye-sore now sits on a corner right across the street from the University.
A couple blocks away, a developer was going to build a luxury condo complex which would include shops and restaurants. They tore down two city blocks worth of businesses, including a church, and then went broke. The church is rebuilding and is looking close to completion, but the rest of the land still sits empty.
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