Save the Bell Building

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David Tippel
5 years ago
Too much development without regard to city history. Dozens of new "glass box" projects are destroying Atlanta ' s historical architecture. Enough already.

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Ashley Alexander
5 years ago
America doesn't appreciate history. They don't attempt to preserve their small glimpses of history. Stop tearing history down to build "new."

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Semone Sillmon
5 years ago
I'm signing because I want to buy the building from Georgia State University.

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Michael Antoci
5 years ago
I'd like for Atlanta to be as historic as New York City and to preserve as much culture and memory as possible in the city

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Hugues GIUMELLI
5 years ago
Je connais et cela est bien dommage

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Daniele FOREL
5 years ago
solidaire

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Calvin Burgamy
5 years ago
as a gsu grad i think we need to look beyond parking lots as a means for solving parking problems. promote alternate transport, save historic and beautiful buildings.

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love byrd
5 years ago
The sight of this building brightens my day. #nostalgic

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Richard Hallberg
5 years ago
The streetfront building adds pleasant character to the streetscape. Active reuse of this space is environmentally and emotionally responsible. Place parking behind the original stylish structure with architectural sensitivity much like the current addition.

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Laura Price
5 years ago
we can keep tearing down old buildings to make more parking, but what are people going to need to park there for when the entire neighborhood is a giant parking lot? seems smarter to keep something valuable and worth visiting downtown instead of just creating more asphalt wasteland.