what is the modis building in Jacksonville FL?
(its in the food and drink section, because i couldnt find a cat. that fits it)
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
The 37-story block-wide Modis building in Jacksonville, Florida on the St. John's river was originally the Independent Life Tower at Independent Square, built by The Auchter Co. for $42 million and completed in 1974. It was designed by KBJ Architects, Inc., who also did the interior renovation in 1999 after the current owners bought the building for about $140 million.
This building is made of thousands of blue glass panels inside a thin concrete frame with flared base. The main feature inside is the tropical four-story atrium and public space. The ground level is dedicated to restaurants, retail stores, and waysides. The second floor contains more retail space and a 400-seat auditorium. The remainder are floors of professional office space with the top two floors a private dinner club, The River Club.
Modis, from the Latin term Modus Operandi, is a division of MPS Group, providers of staffing, consulting and business solutions, and is one of the nation’s leading information technology (IT) services firms.
Democratic Senators Bob Graham and Bill Nelson and Representative Corrine Brown have offices there and the GSA rents about 100,000 square feet of offices through 2010. Other services doing business there include Jax Federal Credit Union, Life Satellite Radio, and SunTrust Bank.
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- 4 years ago
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