Key West City Hall

The project consists of the adaptive reuse of the historic Glynn Archer Elementary School buildings, originally constructed in 1923 and 1927, as a new City Hall administration building that provides customer service for the citizens of the City of Key West, Florida.

The 37,000 SF two story facility will provide office space for 13 City Departments. Site elements include a passenger drop-off area, bicycle racks, off-street public parking, landscaping, reconstituted cisterns, sidewalks, site and building façade lighting, trash and recycling collection/dumpster area, emergency generator, photovoltaic arrays (covering limited parking spaces) and underground connections to existing utilities including storm water improvements.