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#FlashbackFriday 'Exterior of the Point Center building that is being reconstructed, May 7, 1979.'Located in Little Five Points, the circa 1925 Point Center Building is the largest structure in the neighborhood. Situated along a former trolley line, the Point Center building remains commercial, with street-level retail and offices above. Over the years, the Point Center building has been home to local businesses, including Charis Books and More/Charis Circle.Today, Easements Atlanta holds a preservation easement on the Point Center Building, ensuring the perpetual protection and stewardship of this significant historic property.Photo courtesy of Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library. ... See MoreSee Less
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Highlights from this week's preservation program, 'Mineral Solutions for Historic Restoration,' with KEIM USA. Thank you to everyone that joined Easements Atlanta, in-person or virtually, on Wednesday for the lunch or evening programs. Both sessions prompted excellent questions and discussion on the treatment and preservation of historic façades.A special thank you to the co-host Atlanta Preservation Center and presenters George Arnold and Tommy Williams with KEIM. ... See MoreSee Less
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