Peachtree Manor Hotel
826 Peachtree Street
The five-story Peachtree Manor Hotel was designed and constructed in 1924 by famed Atlanta architect Neel Reid, and his firm Hentz, Reid and Adler. Designed as apartments in the Georgian Revival style, its façade features limestone over red brick. In 1947, it was converted to a hotel. In the mid-1980’s, the building was partially reconverted to apartments, but work was halted and the structure remained vacant for almost fifteen years. Today the units have been fully rehabilitated into the Cornerstone Village condominium complex.