Category Archives: Inman Park

Last section of NE Beltline is poured

Between Piedmont Park and the Krog Street tunnel only had one little unfinished part which was waiting on the completion of The Edge condo building. It’s pretty much done now but the segment isn’t officially connected yet although you can … Continue reading

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A bill from Olmsted for Druid Hills

The Library of Congress just released a clutch of Olmsted documents and there was a nice little Atlanta bit in there. I hoped for more, but this was nice. LOC link Joel Hurt had begun the buildout of Inman Park … Continue reading

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Last post of 2017

A little holiday cheer left at Krog Street Market Young and old, good crowds and good food! Krog City Market opened in 2014 in a complex of buildings that for years was used by Barbizon (the modeling and acting company) … Continue reading

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Inman Quarters update

Formerly called 280 Elizabeth, this project making some progress. Lots of different finishes it looks like as of a few weeks ago. Sorry, the WordPress app has been acting up Pretty bland roofline on the southwest side View north on … Continue reading

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A Brief History of 280 Elizabeth

Ok, it’s real brief right now 😉 This was an old creek bed that ran between N Highland and Lake/Sincair and when it was a giant surface lot for the Mead factory, it flooded the houses to the east frequently. … Continue reading

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Wrecking Bar

For some reason this article is not available on the AJC website! So, here’s the photo and wonderful Rich McKay story: Historic site will be a wreck no more 110-year-old Kriegshaber House being renovated for rebirth as a brew pub. … Continue reading

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Railcrossing at Moreland Ave

The 1946 Lochner plan is now online! Thanks to shivtim, find it at: Georgia Tech Obviously, the city followed many of the recommendations, but check out just one small part here. Moreland Ave used to cross DeKalb Ave at grade … Continue reading

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