9 Aviles Street, Saint Augustine, Florida 32084, United States

Reconstruction of a 1911 Spanish Mission building at 9 Aviles Street


9 Aviles Street, Hosting events of all kinds: Art Events, Weddings, Baby Showers, Team Meetings, Parties, ...

Structured Data


The preservation process involves five basic steps

Identify, Investigate, Develop, Execute, and Educate. Successful preservation design requires early and frequent consultation with a variety of organizations and close collaboration among technical specialists, architects, owner/occupants, and preservation professionals.

Within the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties there are Standards for four distinct approaches to the treatment of historic properties: preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, and reconstruction. These distinct approaches are presented from the least intervention to the most intervention.

Preservation focuses on the maintenance stabilization, and repair of existing historic materials and retention of a property's form as it has evolved over time.

Rehabilitation acknowledges the need to alter or add to a historic property to meet continuing or changing uses while retaining the property's historic character. This is the most commonly used and flexible standard for rehabilitation at a federal, state, and local level.

Restoration depicts a property at a particular period of time in its history, while removing evidence of other periods.

Reconstruction re-creates vanished or non-surviving portions of a property for interpretive purposes.

This project will be using all 4 types of approaches to preservation.


Project Goals

Retention of history and authenticity


  • Commermorate the past
  • Aesthetics, texture, craftsmanship and Style
  • Pedestrian & Visitor appeal
  • Contextual and human scale

Economic Benefits


  • Materials and ornaments that are not affordable or readily available
  • Durable, high quality materials (e.g., old growth wood)

Retention of building materials


  • Less construction and demolition debris
  • Less hazardous material debris
  • Less need for new materials

Key Permits

Permit PR2018-0113 Approved


Permit PR2018-0113 was approved January 22, 2018 for interior demo of non-structural walls. This would also expose the structural components for inspection.

Permit PR2018-1085 Approved


Permit PR2018-1085 was approved on July 11, 2018 for the structure at 9 Aviles Street prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Demolition from the Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB). The application for demolition is APPROVED. 

Right of Way Permit Approved


The City of St Augustine Public Works Department approved the 9 Aviles Street "ROW" Permit on July 16, 2018. 

HARB Certificate of Appropriateness & Demo

Certificate of Appropriateness Submittal


July 24, 2018  (COA) Certificate of Appropriatenes


Certificate of Appropriateness Submittal and Approval


August 16, 2018  (COA) Certificate of Appropriateness - APPROVED


Certificate of Demolishing and Approval


August 16, 2018  (COA) Certificate of Demolishing - APPROVED


archaeological Dig and Discovery

July 2019 Archaeological Activities


Dig and Discovery


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9 Aviles Street, Saint Augustine, Florida 32084, United States

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