In the month of October, the Open House Atlanta architecture festival will open the doors to more than 40 sites throughout the city, from high-rise buildings to historic places to some of the city’s coolest office space. Participating sites include some of the city’s top mixed-use developments like Colony Square (office space leased by Cushman & Wakefield) and Peachtree Center, as well as historic buildings like the Hurt Building and the Odd Fellows Building.
Open House started in London and has spread across 20 countries. Atlanta will be the fourth city in the U.S. to host an Open House event, and Central Atlanta Progress, Midtown Alliance, AIA Atlanta and the Architecture and Design Center partnered to bring the event to the city. Most of the sites will be open to the general public on October 21-22 for free, but some will require advance reservations, which will be available in early October. Additionally, Open House Atlanta is seeking volunteers.
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