We mourned when Bell Street Burritos moved out of Irwin Street Market. The Beltline people watching was getting better and better. Please move back there ASAP.
But the new Peachtree location in Brookwood feels more cosmopolitan. So go outside while they are fixing your burritos. Go out and have a look.
The Peachtree Palisades Building (1964 I think) was known as "the building of death" when it was black. White is way better. Anyone know who designed it?
I started paying attention again when architect Greg Walker's firm Houser Walker moved there. P.S. Tony Wilburt discussed the building on his Skyline Views blog.
Then turn north towards the blue.
The Sheffield Medical Building (1958, I think) is a terminated vista when you drive north. It's at the top of heartbreak hill.
It's the view that refreshes and it's looking pretty good these days.
And while were talking about galvanized stock tanks...
Bell Street uses them as planters. Lowe's sells them.
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