Jul 17th, 2020
Built as the first planned suburb for Atlanta’s white elite, it spurred the creation of Edgewood Avenue, the first electric streetcar and sadly, demolished worker housing to do so. It also gave us some of the most iconic homes in the city was a who's who of Atlanta’s businessmen and influential families. In Part I, we're talking about the earliest land owners and the idea and inspiration behind it's development, stopping just before the Panic of 1893.
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