Florida Kress Stores (page 1)

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Daytona Beach, FL
This Kress, designed by Sibbert, was built in 1932. The buff brick building is faced with terra cotta on the front and north side of the building. For more, see this website. [map]

Fort Myers, FL
This Kress was built in 1927. [map]

Jacksonville, FL
This Kress was designed by Seymour Burrell and built in 1912. It was the largest Kress store at that time. The store closed in 1977. In 1980, the building was converted into office space. It now houses the law offices of Eddie Farah. In 2010, it was announced that the building would be restored. For more, see this website. [map]

Key West, FL


This Kress was built in 1912 and remained open until the early 1970s. In 1976, the building began housing Fast Buck Freddie's, a department store. By 2015, the building was housing a CVS drug store. [map]

Lakeland, FL
This Kress was built in 1929. It is now home to the Children's Museum. [map]

Miami [map]

Miami Beach, FL
This Kress was built in 1941 as an addition to the Cinema Casino. The exterior was designed by L. Murray Dixon while Edward F. Sibbert designed the interior. The store closed in 1980. The building now houses a Starbucks and the World Erotic Art Museum. [map]

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