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2006

Georgia State University

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Full-Text Articles in Architecture

Old Decatur, Nicholas Cavaliere, Laura Corazzol, Gitisha Goel, Carrie Hutcherson, Rebekah Mcelreath, Bethany Serafine, Don Spencer, Patrick Sullivan, Matt Tankersley Apr 2006

Old Decatur, Nicholas Cavaliere, Laura Corazzol, Gitisha Goel, Carrie Hutcherson, Rebekah Mcelreath, Bethany Serafine, Don Spencer, Patrick Sullivan, Matt Tankersley

Heritage Preservation Projects

Prepared by the Spring 2006 Preservation Planning Class. These Design Guidelines explain and interpret general design criteria in the local preservation ordinance in Old Decatur, serves as a tool to guide preliminary design decisions, preserves historic character of the area, protects and stabilizes property values, makes suggestions for design appropriateness and provides neighborhood continuity, stability and predictability in assessing future change. The purpose of this report is to provide recommendations that aid in the preservation of the unique architectural and historic character of the city.


Beltline: A History Of The Atlanta Beltline And Its Associated Historic Resources, Kadambari Badami, Janet Barrickman, Adam Cheren, Allison Combee, Savannah Ferguson, Thomas Frank, Andy Garner, Mary Anne Hawthorne, Hadley Howell, Carrie Hutcherson, Rebekah Mcelreath, Cherith Marshall, Rebekah Martin, Brandy Morrison, Bethany Serafine, Tiffany Tolbert Jan 2006

Beltline: A History Of The Atlanta Beltline And Its Associated Historic Resources, Kadambari Badami, Janet Barrickman, Adam Cheren, Allison Combee, Savannah Ferguson, Thomas Frank, Andy Garner, Mary Anne Hawthorne, Hadley Howell, Carrie Hutcherson, Rebekah Mcelreath, Cherith Marshall, Rebekah Martin, Brandy Morrison, Bethany Serafine, Tiffany Tolbert

Heritage Preservation Projects

Prepared by the Spring 2006 Preservation Planning Class. This project, developed in a collaborative effort by the Atlanta Urban Design commission and GSU students, was designed to highlight the history of the proposed redevelopment nodes along the Beltline, which is an outer band railroad line encircling the city. The purpose was to identify the significance of the resources therein and their links to Atlanta’s history, providing assistance in the overall development process of the Beltline project.


Beltline: Cascade University Pictures, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub Jan 2006

Beltline: Cascade University Pictures, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub

Heritage Preservation Projects

This resource contains images taken in 2006 of Cascade University pictures with importance in the Beltline project.


Beltline: Sanborn Maps: Peachtree Node, Simpson Node 1924-1950, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub Jan 2006

Beltline: Sanborn Maps: Peachtree Node, Simpson Node 1924-1950, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub

Heritage Preservation Projects

This resource contains images of the sanborn maps of areas surrounding the Beltline, specifically Peachtree and Simpson nodes.


Beltline: Murphy Avenue Photographs, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub Jan 2006

Beltline: Murphy Avenue Photographs, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub

Heritage Preservation Projects

This resource contains images taken in 2006 of structures on Murphy Avenue with importance in the Beltline project.


Beltline: Ansley Mall Exhibits, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub Jan 2006

Beltline: Ansley Mall Exhibits, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub

Heritage Preservation Projects

This resource contains images taken in 2006 of Ansley Mall Exhibits with importance in the Beltline project.


Beltline: Graphics: Boulevard Crossing, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub Jan 2006

Beltline: Graphics: Boulevard Crossing, Heritage Preservation Students At Georgia State University, Supervised By Richard Laub

Heritage Preservation Projects

This resource contains images taken in 2006 of the area known as Boulevard Crossing with importance in the Beltline project. A map produced by the BeltLine Partnership details I-20 East to Stanton Park, in addition to an aerial map of the area is included.