The Carling provides the opportunity for urban residents to experience a piece of Jacksonville's history. By restoring and renovating a National Historic Landmark - The Old Carling Hotel, circa 1926 - this structure brings additional urban housing to the Downtown Jacksonville area.
In 1936 The Carling Hotel was bought out by the Roosevelt Hotel chain. Twenty-seven years later the hotel sustained a major fire. After being repaired, the hotel remained in operation until 1968 when it closed its doors for good. The building later reopened as the Jacksonville Regency House Retirement Community and remained opened and operational until 1987.
Today, this 15-story building holds 126 loft apartments, 15,000 square feet of commercial space, a 250-space parking garage and community center. The structure was renamed the Carling in honor of its historic past.
The Carling Apartments
Unit Types: Residential
Number of Units: 126
Completion Date: 2005
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Building Type: Type 1,Concrete/Masonry