Demolition of 109 Seventh Street Atlanta, the J. A. McCord Apartment 1923 designed by Neel Reid of Hentz, Reid & Adler. It faces Seventh Street but it's just 50 yards from Peachtree.
"Rumor that this was a Reid design proved correct. First Occupied in 1923." - J. Neel Reid: Architect of Hentz, Reid and Adler and the Georgia School of Classicists by William R. Mitchell.
If you've lived in Atlanta long enough and frequent midtown, you might have caught this out of the corner of your eye.
Which one doesn't belong? Each floor had two, 2 bedroom apartments. This shows the three east side apartments.
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