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The Castle (Atlanta)

The Castle in Atlanta

The Castle, also known as Fort Peace, is the former residence of wealthy agricultural supplier High Museum of Art. After McMillan's death, the building long housed facilities for Atlanta's arts community. The City designated The Castle a landmark in 1989.[1]

In August 2010 the building was sold to Bryan Latham, an investor from New York. As of that date Latham's plans for The Castle were unclear.[2] The Castle is serving at Atlanta's first pop up living room bar and music emporium. 'Atlanta Eater, http://atlanta.eater.com/2014/11/12/7204753/castle-midtown-haus-bar-atlanta

References

  1. ^ "The Castle (Fort Peace)", City of Atlanta Online
  2. ^ , 2010-08-22Creative LoafingGwynedd Stuart, "The Castle sells at auction",

External links

  • "The Castle (Fort Peace)", City of Atlanta Online
  • "The Castle of Ansley Park", Urban Baboon
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