One Building Can Save a Community in Decline

Atlanta's redevelopment efforts for the 1996 Olympic games never reached the nearby community of Pittsburgh, but the recent renovation of a historic schoolhouse has sparked revitalization efforts throughout the forgotten neighborhood.
March 12, 2004, 4am PST | Erin Clark
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"Renovation of a dilapidated old school building has turned an eyesore into the impetus for redevelopment in the Pittsburgh community in south metro Atlanta. The project, which turned the Crogman School into the Historic Crogman School Apartments, now is a success story that shows how saving a historic building can spur the redevelopment of an entire community."

Thanks to Erin Clark

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Published on Friday, March 5, 2004 in Atlanta Business Chronicle
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