The ACL Building
Constructed between 1920 and 1931 for use as a warehouse by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, it is now home to many of Lake City’s featured events, like the weekly Farmers Market. It was formerly known as the Askins building for its ownership by C.B. Askins from 1993 until 2007. The one-story structure is raised on brick piers and features a frame front porch covered by a full-length tin shed roof. Now known as “The ACL,” this 2,200 square foot facility features the rustic southern charm perfect for receptions & reunions, community gatherings, or markets. This event venue truly embodies the city’s “Make Your Art” slogan, as this rental can be transformed into the perfect facility for any of your needs.
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