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Work Cited

“Atlanta.”New Georgia Encyclopedia. Web. 29 Apr. 2016 “World of Coca-Cola | Visit Our Attraction In Atlanta, GA.”World of Coca-Cola. Web. 29 Apr. 2016. “Atlanta Streetcar.”Atlanta Streetcar. Web. 29 Apr....

Intro

Have you ever wonder how much money a certain area in a city is being made? Maybe the way a place looks changes your perception of that specific place. Sometimes an places’ exterior design doesn’t resemble its economic success. Over the years downtown Atlanta has gained a lot of new companies and a lot of job openings. It has gained a lot of money and the economic is great. But the external environment growth is relatively slow starting. A view of downtown New York For example, New York City is one of the most profitable cities in the United States. Downtown New York has reliable transportation, modernized buildings, clean and neat streets. It has relatively no construction going on. The way the city is built is for on the go, working hard people, which sounds just like Atlanta. So why doesn’t downtown Atlanta look like downtown New York? The exterior design of downtown Atlanta doesn’t reflects its business growth. In this paper I will first discuss the economic and design history, my own experience of being downtown and then explain the relationship between the development of downtown Atlanta’s exterior structure related to its business success. Here are the links to the rest of my paper: History of downtown Atlanta My experience of being downtown My Evidence Conclusion Work...

Conclusion

 The exterior design of downtown is slowly catching up to the reap growth of its economic. It’s the question of why? Why aren’t both reflected evenly through the human eye and bank statements? If that question is something you would like to get answers to I suggest you farther your research.This city has some of the top businesses head-quarters located here like Coca-Cola, Sun trust Banks and Delta Air lines. But yet this city has a lot of abandoned stores, communities, old building...

History of downtown Atlanta

Downtown Atlanta is the central business district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The largest of the city’s three commercial districts, Downtown is the location of many corporate or regional headquarters; city, county, state and federal government facilities; Georgia State University; sporting venues; and most of Atlanta’s tourist attractions. Downtown measures approximately four square miles, and had 26,700 residents as of 2010.Similar to other central business districts in the U.S., Downtown has recently undergone a transformation that included the construction of new condos and lofts, renovation of historic buildings, and arrival of new residents and businesses.     In the latter half of the 1980s, Atlanta became one of the early-adopters of postmodern designs which reintroduced classical elements to the cityscape. Many of Atlanta’s tallest skyscrapers were built from the late 1980s to the early 1990s, with most displaying tapering spires or otherwise ornamented crowns, such as One Atlantic Center (1987), 191 Peachtree Tower (1991), and the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta (1992). And at 1,023 feet (312 m), Atlanta’s tallest skyscraper—the Bank of America Plaza (1992)—is the 61st-tallest building in the world and the 9th tallest building in the United States. Buildings in Atlanta More recently, Atlanta’s built environment has been getting more eclectic and diverse. For example, 3344 Peachtree (2008) is more in the glass-walled modernist vein, while Millennium Gate (also completed in 2008) is the largest classical monument in the U.S. to have been dedicated since completion of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. Link to my experience to Atlanta. Downtown Connector Peachtree...
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