Take a virtual trip inside Atlanta’s Healey Building with free online lecture

The Atlanta Preservation Center and Healey Building resident Wendy Darling will discuss the property’s history

If you’re looking for an escape from modern-day Atlanta, take a trip back in time with a virtual visit to one of the city’s crown jewels.

The Atlanta Preservation Center has teamed up with Healey Building resident Wendy Darling for a free online lecture on the “history and rehabilitation of this historic downtown landmark.”

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Built in 1913, downtown’s Healey Building was designed by W.T. Downing.

The property is known for its "ornate cathedral-like rotunda and domed lobby redefined grandeur," according to the building's website. In 2001, the property, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, was converted into condos. 

The discussion, which will be held virtually on Zoom, will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 2.

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The discussion about the building is free. Those interested can register on Eventbrite. You'll need a computer or smartphone to listen to the lecture.