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Coca-Cola headquarters

The Coca-Cola Company's North Avenue tower in Atlanta, GA.

The Coca-Cola Headquarters is a campus in The Coca-Cola Company. The most visible building on the site is a 29-story, 403–foot (122.8 m) high One Coca-Cola Plaza. Located on the corner of North Avenue and Luckie Street, the building was completed in 1979. The architect was FABRAP and the designer Bob Foker.

The building and complex is located across the street from Midtown Atlanta.

In May 2011, to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Coca-Cola, a projection screen was made for the building that would display various Coke ads through the years and also transformed the building into a huge cup of ice which then was "filled" with Coke.[2]

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References

  1. ^ "One Coca-Cola Plaza - structure information". emporis.com. Retrieved 1 March 2014. 
  2. ^ http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_localatl/20110509/ts_yblog_localatl/cool-coca-cola-screen-projection-wows-atlanta

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