I've written a short article with a photo album about yet another
apparently invisible area of Atlanta. By apparently invisible I mean
that it's yet another contradiction to the often stated claim that
Atlanta either has no remaining traditional urbanism or very little.

I'm hoping that this area gets some significant attention either in
the form of regeneration from within by the existing businesses and
residents or intelligent external investors and developers before it
becomes wrecked by either more badly designed government buildings or an
increase in surface parking for Underground Atlanta or other nearby
institutions.

The article is at:

http://larryfeltonjohnson.typepad.co...part_of_d.html

Larry Felton Johnson