Frenchtown

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Local officials are moving forward with a plan to redesign the site that once held Tallahassee’s old homeless shelter. But there are concerns about whether the area can sustain more retail and private homes.

Cascades Park
City of Tallahassee

The John Gilmore Riley Center Museum is hosting a historic preservation conference in Tallahassee. It’s part of the Florida African American Heritage Preservation Network the museum created in 2001.

Frenchtown Redevelopment Partners, LLC.

After years of making do, Frenchtown residents could one day have a neighborhood grocery store. That’s part of a early-stage plan to redevelop a key downtown block. But some residents are concerned the history of the area could get lost in the process.

Artist renderings of what a possible mixed use housing development in Frenchtown would look like.
City of Tallahassee

The recent sale of Frenchtown land to a real estate developer may open the neighborhood to greater development, raising fears of gentrification.

Artist renderings of what a possible mixed use housing development in Frenchtown would look like.
City of Tallahassee

Tallahassee Commissioners are postponing the sale of a parcel of land in Frenchtown. Residents protested the sale of the land to a student-housing developer, saying it jeopardizes the historic nature of the area.

Lincoln Neighborhood Center Becomes Historic Marker

Oct 17, 2016
Florida Memory State Library & Archives

On Friday, the Lincoln Neighborhood Center will be honored with a historic marker dedication ceremony. 

Sascha Cordner / WFSU-FM

Local health community leaders are hoping to get more input about major issues of concern to people living in the Frenchtown and Southside areas. They’re also hoping more people will join a Community Advisory Council looking into such issues.

The Shelter

City leaders say they hope to reinvigorate the Frenchtown community. The planned relocation of the city’s main homeless refuge to West Pensacola Street could be their chance to bring Frenchtown back.