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Things to do in Little Five Points:
7 Stages 404-523-7647
Acappella Books 404-681-5128
Arthur M. Blank Center for Stuttering Therapy
Built in 1915, as the fashionable Holbrook Apartments, the quadraplex was originally numbered 211 Moreland Avenue.
In 1926 the addresses were renumbered and it became 483 Moreland Avenue as it is today.
Up until the fire, the building looked like this:
Here is a line drawing from the 1980’s showing the first floor porch enclosures. These were done by Earl Johannaber, local contractor and head of Design Science Network.
In 1994, the main part of the work to restore the building took place. On advice of Pimsler-Haas, the architects, a third story was added to create additional rental space. The cost of the additional story was reasonable with the other building considerations in mind. The strong original base could easily support the addition.
See what a great architect can do?
Below you can see the work in progress on Hartz Building #6 2020!
Outback Bikes has always been a family run business, started in 1986 as Outback Bikes & Outfitters, Pete Wicker transformed the store into a full Bicycle shop in the 90’s. Outback has been serving the community for over 30 years. Outback’s mission is to serve all those interested in learning or continuing on their cycling journey.
Outback Bikes is a different kind of Atlanta bike shop. No pressure, no forcing a $5000 bike on you. And if you just want to hang out? That’s cool with us. Come on down and check us out.
Ok, not enough for you?
How about the fact that we sponsor and support tons of local community cycling events and organizations? From supporting the Dick Lane Velodrome, GA Cyclocross and Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. We have been voted “The Best Bike Shop in Atlanta” by Creative Loafing Readers many years in a row
Sevananda Natural Foods Market