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The 16-storey Gothic-Revival Healey Building in the Fairlie- Poplar Historic District was built at the end of Atlanta's first skyscraper-era before World War I.
The 16-storey Gothic-Revival Healey Building in the Fairlie- Poplar Historic District was built at the end of Atlanta's first skyscraper-era before World War I. It is a condominium with retail and restaurant space on the ground floor.
57 Forsyth St NW R1, Atlanta, GA 30303, United States
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