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The historic Herndon Home was the residence of Atlanta Life Insurance Company founder and Atlanta's first black millionaire Alonzo Franklin Herndon.
The historic Herndon Home was the residence of Atlanta Life Insurance Company founder and Atlanta's first black millionaire Alonzo Franklin Herndon. The 2-storey Beaux Arts brick mansion has a tall Neo-Classical portico with Corinthian columns and 15 rooms in various eclectic architectural styles.
587 University Pl NW, Atlanta, GA 30314, United States
Situated in the middle of Atlantic Station, The Commons has a lake with a steel bridge crossing it, which offers spectacular views of the Millenium Gate and surrounding high rises
The Atlanta Falcons have created a host of exciting game-day experiences and affordable family ticket packages for the fans
Castleberry Hill is an eclectic neighborhood with art galleries, restaurants and cafes, known for being the shooting location of The Walking Dead
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