Found in a part of town heavy on the conifers and housing tracts, we have two very different sites today, each evoking a different TV show title.
First is the Direct General office building on Florida, once home to law offices and the like. When I look at this building, I think "Brady Bunch architecture." It might not be popular these days, but I will take this distinctive look any day over the generic "unoffensive" "architecture" of strip malls and other buildings everywhere.
Without drastic overhaul of the lower exterior, there's really no way to downplay the design of this building--and if you did, it would lose any character it had. Unfortunately, from what I can see of the inside (Google the building name for a PDF showing more interior photos), the inside is updated, resulting in a generic mishmash look. I'm not a fan. Not only does it look like nothing, it looks like a few different non-matching nothings.
Next, Parks & Recreation: some unidentified buildings at Sherwood Forest Community Park.
This small shack (above) has some equipment inside (below) that reminds me of my college radio transmitter. Is this a broadcasting system for what looks like fairgrounds nearby? Someone out there knows-- you tell me.