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2023 easement site assessments are underway! Last week, Easements Atlanta was on site at the c. 1928 Bass High School, located in the Inman Park neighborhood at the edge of the Little Five Points district. Designed by the architectural firm of Morgan and Dillon, the historic school was rehabilitated into lofts in the 1990s. Today, the Bass Lofts are permanently protected by a preservation easement held by Easements Atlanta.As part of the easement deed agreement, Easements Atlanta provides preservation stewardship through annual inspections, monitoring, and collaboration with property owners, all of which ensures that the historic character of the property will be preserved in perpetuity. ... See MoreSee Less
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#FlashbackFriday Trust Company of Georgia, Northeast Freeway Branch Building, photographed in Winter 1962.Easements Atlanta holds a preservation easement on the Trust Company Bank building, which permanently protects this significant historic property.Built in 1961 and designed by noted architect Henri Jova, the building is an excellent example of the New Formalism style. The property's freestanding signage is an approximately 35-foot high reinforced concrete structure, consisting of three tall, tapering prong-like pylons joined at the base. The Trust Company sought to exploit the visibility afforded by the new areahighway. ... See MoreSee Less
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