Atlanta’s First Art-Deco Skyscraper

The William Oliver Building, Atlanta’s first and most detailed Art Deco skyscraper, is located in downtown Atlanta on the famous Peachtree Street at Five Points, the original center of Atlanta commerce. It is located on the edge of the Fairlie Poplar Historic District, the oldest remaining part of Atlanta’s central business district. The building was named for the grandsons, William and Oliver, of Atlanta real estate developer Thomas G. Healey.

16-story high-rise condominium building on Peachtree Street across from Woodruff Park in the core of Atlanta’s Downtown. This building was originally constructed for office use in the 1930’s and was transformed into apartments for the 1996 Olympics. In 2001, it was converted to condominiums and offers 115 units. This tower is also listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Convenient Living

Nearby attractions include the Georgia State Capitol, Centennial Olympic Park, World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, State Farm Arena, Mercedes Benz Stadium, College Football Hall of Fame, and many more. The building can be reached from the Interstate 75/85 Downtown Connector. MARTA, Atlanta’s public transit system, has a train station at Five Points. In addition, several bus routes serve the area.

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