City of Fort Myers
Historic Downtown

Despite modern alterations, the prominent atmosphere of the downtown historic district is early 20th century. Virtually all of the contributing buildings were built during the first quarter of the century. A variety of architectural styles may also be found. Of particular interest are such structures as the Neo-Classical Revival style First National Bank, the Moderne style Edison Theatre, and the Classic Revival style Federal Building. The Earnhardt Building are also excellent examples of Commercial style architecture. Mediterranean Revival style architecture can also be found throughout the downtown area, including the charming Patio de Leon.

Bradford Building
Corner of First St. & Hendry St.

Federal Building
First Street

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