It should have been placed under historic protection long ago. I thought that is why we had a historic department within the city. I'm not sure what is it called. All of the historic buildings in Duval county should be protected, not just downtown, or just Springfield. Much of the blight is caused by allowing these great buildings to be demolished, or demolished by neglect.
If the property is only worth 76K, 150K is more than fair. The owners are being unreasonable, and should have sold 10 years ago when the market was high, and the building in much better shape.
Waiting until the very last minute to try to save a building takes a great deal of effort. Maybe this is one that could be mothballed.