Completed toward the end of Atlanta's first high-rise era, this building opened to the public in 1914. Rising 14 floors, ... More
Healey Building (The)
Completed toward the end of Atlanta's first high-rise era, this building opened to the public in 1914. Rising 14 floors, The Healey Building was not completely finished, as a second tower had been put on hold because of the outbreak of World War I. When owner William Healey died shortly after the war, plans for the second tower were abandoned. Nonetheless, the single-towered stone and terracotta structure was a marvel of modern achievement and stood as a commanding landmark until the dawn of the skyscraper era. While visiting Atlanta's Downtown neighborhood, catch a glimpse of Healey Condominiums' beautiful facade.
The Artmore Hotel, An independent boutique and unique midtown Atlanta hotel. The Artmore prides itself on delivering a personalized guest
experience, not previously seen in a Midtown Atlanta hotel. The scope of the renovation began with a restoration of ...
This agency is the city of Atlanta's primary public source for free tourist information. Visitors are invited to stop by
this centrally located facility, or browse the bureau's detailed website for up to the minute information on attractions, sporting ...
With its soaring 22 story atrium lobby and its famous blue dome, Hyatt Regency Atlanta has been a landmark in
Atlanta for over 40 years. The rooms are among the best in Atlanta thanks to a recent $22 million ...