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Rhodes Center

Located in Midtown between Peachtree Street and Spring Street and constructed from September 1937 to June 1938, Rhodes Center was Atlanta’s first modern shopping center geared towards the automobile. This Historic Structure Report covers the historical significance of the property, conditions of the buildings, planning options for future use, stabilization of the property and on-going maintenance for the future. The purpose of this report is to provide a current assessment of the condition of the structures and to provide recommendations for needed repairs and options for future use.

Date created:
Fall 1990

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Rhodes Center
Conservation of Historic Building Materials students Laurie Cotton, Rebeccah Finney, Paul Hawke, Elizabeth Henson, Kimberley Logan-Hynes, Janet Meschick, and Lynda Wyatt
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