The Atlanta Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Atlanta), Central Atlanta Progress and Midtown Alliance will host Open House Atlanta, an insiders’ tour of the city’s most recognizable landmarks, new developments and private spaces. This year’s event will take place the weekend of Oct. 20-21.
Open House Atlanta, which is free and open to the public, will offer self-guided tours as well as the opportunity to meet people who design, build and preserve Atlanta. The Open House is part of a larger network of similar events held around the world.
This year’s tour will include more than 45 buildings throughout Downtown, Midtown, the Westside and Old Fourth Ward. Sites range from sacred, faith-based spaces and historic landmarks, to museums, theaters, cafes, luxury residential communities, hotels and the offices of architecture firms.
Some of the spaces on this year’s tour:
The APEX Museum
Telephone Factory Lofts
Rose + RYE
The Hurt Building
Loews Atlanta Hotel
Big Bethel AME Church
The Ponce Condominiums
Westside Cultural Arts Center
United Way of Greater Atlanta
The Goat Farm Arts Center
The Fox Theatre
Saint Mark United Methodist Church
For information about Open House Atlanta sites, visit ohatl.org or the Facebook page facebook.com/ohatlanta.
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