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Easements Atlanta is proud to participate in the Atlanta Preservation Center's 2024 Phoenix Flies celebration!This March, several properties protected by easements held by Easements Atlanta will be a part of special tours, including:- Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill - The Healey Building- Point Center Building (Little 5 Points)- Studioplex- Roosevelt High School- Winnwood ApartmentsRegister now at preserveatl.eventbrite.com/The full Phoenix Flies program can be found here: issuu.com/preserveatl/docs/177871_phoenixflies24_v5_hr ... See MoreSee Less
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🚧 🏗 Project Update! Historic Preservation in progress at the Odd Fellows Building, 250 Auburn Avenue.Scaffolding is up and work is in progress at the historic Odd Fellows Building, including in-kind repairs to the brick masonry, historic windows and the existing terracotta, limestone, and cast stone features. All of the work is being performed in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.Built in 1913, the Odd Fellows building was home to the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, a fraternal organization primarily composed of African Americans. Today, Easements Atlanta holds a preservation easement on the Odd Fellows Building, ensuring the perpetual protection and stewardship of this significant historic space. Our organization is working closely with Georgia Works, and partners Metro Green Construction, Landmark Preservation, and the Atlanta Preservation Center on the restoration of this important historic property. A special thank you to Invest Atlanta for supporting this major historic rehabilitation. ... See MoreSee Less
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#FlashbackFriday Then & Now: Students forming the letters "G.H.S." in front of the Girls High School building; 1946.Today, this historic site is permanently protected by a preservation easement held by Easements Atlanta. Our organization is grateful to work with TriBridge Residential on the long-term stewardship and preservation of this significant historic property.Roosevelt High School, originally the Atlanta Girls High School, was constructed in 1924-25 by the architectural firm of Edwards and Sayward. The building incorporates a mix of ecclesiastical architectural elements, including a Gothic rose window, Romanesque arches, and a Byzantine dome.Photo courtesy of Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library. ... See MoreSee Less
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