Home Tags Atlanta Daily World Building

Tag: Atlanta Daily World Building

After decades of neglect, glimmers of hope for Sweet Auburn

Back in 2012, the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn district to its list of the country’s “most endangered” historic places. Much bemoaning of Atlanta’s fondness for the wrecking ball followed—just as it had in 1992, the first time that the Trust sounded the alarm on the precarious status of one of the most influential locations in African American history.

Two modest openings could herald bigger things for historic Sweet Auburn

The two new projects—both, by the way, on the Atlanta Streetcar line—represent the kind of everyday amenities that are needed by the people who live in the area year-round, not just tourists.

The Preservation Center’s Phoenix Flies showcases Atlanta’s saved spaces

Our city is infamous for demolishing its past. Much of that rep is deserved, but the Atlanta Preservation Center’s annual Phoenix Flies showcases the exceptions—saved structures and restored spaces. Over 16 days, participants can choose from 150 tours staged with APC’s 80 partners.

Follow Us

62,390FansLike
116,471FollowersFollow
499,244FollowersFollow