Byline: Alliniece T. Andino, Times-Union staff writer
As the future of a national landmark in LaVilla remains uncertain, the fate of a neighboring structure hangs in the balance as well.
Jacksonville city officials are still waiting to hear if Old Brewster Hospital on West Monroe Street can be relocated and remain on the National Register of Historic Places. Historic buildings on the register receive better protection from destruction and qualify for tax exemptions and grants.
A review board may decide in November whether Brewster, the state's first hospital for blacks, will lose its landmark status if moved to be part of the LaVilla Experience, a historic park …