Category Archives: Midtown
“The founding of the Georgia School of Technology I regard as the most important event, of a public nature, that occurred in my life” Nathan Harris said in his autobiography. At the time, he was a Macon politico and during … Continue reading
I always love to see Neel Reid’s designs. This one is on Adrews Ave in Buckhead and was built in 1926, the year he died. Architectural Tourist put together a great photo gallery from an estate sale. Speaking of Reid, while … Continue reading
There was a time when the Midtown Bowl bowling alley was really run down, the walls were covered in 1970’s wood paneling, it stunk of ancient cigarettes and the food was terrible. There was a lounge in there, though: Sugar … Continue reading
Here’s an ad from 1974 for the old Stouffer’s which for years was a Renaissance, and is now a Melia Hotel The bar back then was the “swinging’ Grogshop” with live entertainment from cocktail time and dancing til 2am
A few pictures from last month from the top of the old BellSouth tower
So, you want to complain that 11th Street doesn’t connect from Piedmont Park to Westside; that 13th doesn’t cross Peachtree; that 12th is crooked at W. Peachtree. Well, you’re just spoiled I tell you! Atlanta pioneer, Richard Peters owned most … Continue reading
Never noticed this view before This one might even be better! OAC, whoot!