Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 7 - Lot 4
Title: City of St. Augustine Commercial Lease form
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Title: City of St. Augustine Commercial Lease form
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 7 - Lot 4
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Creator: Unknown
Publication Date: 1998
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Bibliographic ID: UF00090508
Volume ID: VID00040
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION & HERITAGE TOURISM
Commercial Lease
COMMON NAME OF PROPERTY PHYSICAL ADDRESS & LEGAL DESCRIPTION & LEASEE'S NAME LEASE EXPIRATION
& PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION ,, PHONE NUMBER ... "' SITE FILE NUMBER I '. i "

NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP 37-1/2 St. George Street Block 7, Lot 1, 2, 3, 4)

Interpretive Use
,l FORMER TENANTSOAME. : ; FORWARDING ADDRESS: -- NEW TENANT'S NEW TENANTS ;" EW NANT'S,
& PHONE NUMBER .. . ,NAME ,- ADDRESS (If Other Than Property) PHONEMNU~ER




AMOUNT OF LEASE p.E OSIT AMOUNT INSURANCE COMPANY & INSURANCE EXPIRATIONDATE COPY OF INSURANCE
*MOUE________, '":''"' ADDRESS & POLICY NUMBER: POLICY (Yes or No)



TERMITE CONTROL (Yes or No) TYPE OF TERMITE POLICY, POLICY NUMBER FEE FOR TERMITE CONTROL,,: POLICY
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL:, DRYWOOD I SUBTERRANEAN J, RENEWAL DATE

Drywood Termites 005122 $70 08/01/98
Yes Subterranean Termites D-005127 $70 08/01/98
COMMENTS REGARDING
TERMITES: i
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CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION & HERITAGE TOURISM
Commercial Lease
., MISCELLANEOUS
COMMENTS .

NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP: Small, reconstructed building with poured tabby concrete walls, a hip roof covered with wood shingles, and dirt floor.
The electric service is adequate for current use. It has no plumbing or HVAC. It is called the "New Blacksmith Shop" only because it was built later than the "Old Blacksmith Shop", by about fifteen years.
It is a reconstruction of a First Spanish Period blacksmith shop, useful only for interpretation.

Date Acquired: 1983

Acquired By: Part of larger acquisition.

Deed Restrictions: None Known

Total Square Feet: 227

Condition: Good

Life Safety Issues: None

ADA Compliance Status: In compliance.

Estimated Cost To Meet City Standard: $500.

Building Type: Conjectural reconstruction.

Mechanical: No central heat or air.
Wiring: Adequate
Plumbing: None
Maintenance Needs: None at Present.

Considerations: This structure along with the other properties within the Spanish Quarter Museum north of the Greek Shrine will continue to be interpreted as part of
1740-1760 late First Spanish Period with an increased emphasis on the presentation of activity of daily life within and around each structure.

HISTORICAL RESOURCES GRANTS-IN-AID AWARDED TO CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE ON 09/97 A TOTAL OF $450,000.

Grant: $1,500 Assessed Value (Gonzalez, DeHita, New Blacksmith): $166,050


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