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Collier Heights, Atlanta

The Collier Heights neighborhood has been home to several notable personalities such as Martin Luther King, Sr, Civil Rights Attorney Donald Hollowell, Ralph David, actor Emmanuel Lewis, Calvin “Monk” Jones, and Dr Asa G.

The Collier Heights neighborhood has been home to several notable personalities such as Martin Luther King, Sr, Civil Rights Attorney Donald Hollowell, Ralph David, actor Emmanuel Lewis, Calvin “Monk” Jones, and Dr Asa G. Yancey Sr, one of the first African American doctors in Georgia. The Historic District has unique ranch-style homes.


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About Collier Heights

 Collier Heights, Atlanta, GA, USA

Collier Heights and Nearby Sights on Map

One Riverside

Mixed-use development of restaurants and retail

Maddox Park

Westview Cemetery

Six Flags over Georgia

The Commons

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

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

Rotating contemporary art exhibitions

Herndon Home Museum

The historic Herndon Home was the residence of Atlanta Life Insurance Company founder and Atlanta's first black millionaire Alonzo Franklin Herndon

West End

West End is a historic neighborhood settled since 1835, lined with houses in various architectural styles such as Folk Victorian, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Neo-Classical Revival and Craftsmen houses

Kessler Campanile

The 80 feet tall stainless steel Kessler Campanile on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology was originally constructed for the 1996 Olympic Games

Wren's Nest

Historical house museum known for storytelling