Fernandina Beach FL post office restorations underway

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WJAX-TV: The historic building where the Fernandina Beach Post Office currently resides is now under restoration and construction.  Fernandina Beach commissioners said there’s been a push to get the building fixed for about six years.“It’s potentially a great building it’s just been uncared for for years and was probably a lot better 15 years ago,” said neighbor Steven Traver.  Action … Read More

Postal Service proposing relocation of Pooler GA Post Office

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savannahnow.com: For more than 40 years, the Pooler Post Office has sat on the corner of U.S. 80 and Pinewood Drive [in Pooler, GA]. Initially a good size for the surrounding city, the post office has become more than inconvenient as Pooler’s population has exploded to more than 20,000 people.Parking on-site is limited. Lines can be frustratingly long. Pooler Mayor Mike … Read More

Civic Center Post Office in San Francisco to Relocate

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Hoodline: After years of complaints about the squalid conditions of the Civic Center Post Office at Hyde and Golden Gate in San Francisco, USPS has finally set a date for its relocation.Starting April 25th, those who rent postboxes at the soon-to-be-demolished 101 Hyde will begin receiving their mail at Fox Plaza (1390 Market St.) USPS is relocating the existing postboxes the previous day; no … Read More

Tour Bozeman’s First Post office

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KBZK.com: If you’re interested in stepping back in time tomorrow’s your chance. Bozeman’s First Federal Building and Post Office located at 32 South Tracy first opened its doors nearly 100 years ago. The building became the property of HRDC in the mid nineties. They spent $2 million to renovate the building.Old pictures line the hallways and show the different stages of construction. It cost … Read More

Historic Santa Monica Post Office Could Be Creative Space

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surfsantamonica.com: Santa Monica’s U.S. Post Office on 5th Street, a legacy of the New Deal-era that was closed three years ago, might re-open as a “creative” office space under a proposal that adds a new building while also trying to preserve the site’s historic character.  It will be short on parking, though.  A new 14,490 square foot, three-story building (32 … Read More

Historic Princeton post office to become restaurant brewpub

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centraljersey.com: Princeton’s crowded and competitive dining scene will add a restaurant/brewpub that a developer has proposed for the historic former post office in Palmer Square.The entity 20 Palmer Square East LLC, owned by an executive with the company that won the bidding war for the property in 2013, last week filed with the town plans to redesign a now vacant 1930s-era … Read More