“Atlanta's last construction before WWII”
As Atlanta's last major construction project prior to World War I, the Healey Building was built by real estate developer William T. Healey. Designed by Walter T. Downing, known for his eclectic style and love of detail, the Healey's ornate cathedral-like rotunda and domed lobby redefined grandeur. This historic jewel has not only stood the test of time -- it's listed with the National Register of Historic Places and has distinguished Landmark status -- but it's been transformed into a home. In 2001 Downtown's "Grand Old Lady" underwent one of the most significant conversions in Atlanta's history, opening her elegant, finely-crafted doors as urban condominiums. Homes in the Healey feature huge, original windows, views of the Fairlie-Poplar neighborhood's vibrant historic architecture, and all the amenities people have come to expect from luxury condominiums, including 24-hour security. Besides fourteen floors of luxury condominiums, the Healey continues on as home to numerous businesses, just as it has since 1913. The ground floor of the building, which encompasses an entire city block, include a dozen restaurants, numerous salons, an art gallery, several fine clothing stores, offices, and more.
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