From the corner of Forsyth and Peachtree street architecture tourists see this vision of a gleaming white Greek temple with colossal , closely spaced columns. It's the parking lot for the 191 Peachtree Building. It's on Ellis Street Right behind the Ritz Carlton.
This is from the Downtown library looking northeast.
Here we are on Ellis Street. Still looks like a temple, doesn't it?
This is the Peachtree Center Avenue facade.
It's the best parking deck in Atlanta. It is better than the 191 Building? That's the tall building that belongs to the parking lot.
While you are on Ellis go one more block east to look at this beauty at 54 Ellis Street.
I don't know the name of this building. At some point it was the Southern Territorial Headquarters building for the Salvation Army and later the Atlanta Union Mission.
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