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Easements Atlanta, Inc.
Preservation at work at the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill!Gentle cleaning and in-kind repairs are underway to both historic smokestacks. Easements Atlanta worked closely with TriBridge Residential, the Stacks HOA, and Beacon Construction to ensure that the repairs adhered to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation. Easements Atlanta worked closely with all parties to find an appropriate mortar match that was physically and visually appropriate to the historic smokestacks, including one that as closely as possible matched the historic mortar in color, texture and tooling. Multiple test samples were performed in advance.Standing over 200 feet over Cabbagetown for over 130 years, the two smokestacks are a landmark in their own right, listed in the National Register of Historic Places and part of the Cabbagetown Landmark District. Easements Atlanta is proud to help steward these significant historic structures today and into the future. ... See MoreSee Less
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Easements Atlanta, Inc.
Historic alley on Poplar Street in Downtown Atlanta. To the left is a circa 1916 commercial space now home to Side Bar and the Fairlie Poplar Lofts. To the right is the c. 1920 Haas-Howell Building, today home to Georgia State University School of Music. Easements Atlanta holds preservation easements on both buildings, ensuring the perpetual protection & stewardship of these important historic resources. ... See MoreSee Less
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