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Georgian Terrace Apartments

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Identification

Georgian Terrace Apartments
Georgian Terrace Hotel Addition
121218

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
postmodernism

Usages

hotel serviced apartments

Facts

  • The original Georgian Terrace Hotel was built in 1911 by Architect William L. Stoddart and had 10 stories. After it was closed down in 1981, the building was given new life in 1991, when a new similar designed addition to the building was erected, designed by Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart and Associates. From then on it was named the Georgian Terrace Apartments.
  • The height of the original 1911 hotel was 148 feet (45 meters).
  • When completed in 1911, the Georgian Terrace was Atlanta's northernmost high-rise, and its curved corner was intended to give it a "gateway" effect (along with The Ponce on the other side of the street).
  • The original Georgian Terrace, now the smaller wing of the building (10 stories), was given historic landmark status in 1990.
  • The Georgian Terrace was for years after its opening the most luxurious hotel in Atlanta, serving guests such as President Calvin Coolidge, opera singer Enrico Caruso, and Gone With the Wind's Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh.

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Location

659 Peachtree Street NE
100 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE
659 Peachtree Street NE
30308
Midtown
Atlanta
Georgia
U.S.A.

Technical Data

231.45 ft
18
1991

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