AIA Gainesville Joins the Florida Community Design Center in New Downtown Space

AIA Gainesville and the Florida Community Design Center (FCDC) celebrated a new year of service to the design, architecture, preservation and sustainability with a move to new space in downtown Gainesville. The FCDC and AIA Gainesville are now sharing headquarters space at 101 North Main Street.

“We are delighted to make this move as part of our ongoing commitment to the Gainesville community,” said FCDC executive vice president Forrest Eddleton, AICP. “By welcoming AIA Gainesville to our headquarters building, the FCDC extends our ongoing commitment to the safety, sustainability and architectural character of the Gainesville community. Members of AIA Gainesville are dedicated to excellence, creativity, quality and safety in the built environment. Our missions are closely aligned.”

The motto of the FCDC is “Good design is good business,” reflecting the organization’s commitment to ensuring that the Gainesville community presents an architecturally consistent and attractive face to the world. The FCDC is made up of architects, engineers, landscape architects, planners, preservationists and community residents who support high-quality, sustainable building and neighborhood design. AIA Gainesville members are architects who belong to the national association.