In 2015, the Daily World building on Auburn Avenue reopened as a retail and apartment space. The refurbished building includes a sign (not neon) over the door that's in tribute to the original, and a painted window sign that recreates the newspaper's logo.
Photo: PETE CORSON / pcorson@ajc.com
Photo: PETE CORSON / pcorson@ajc.com

Here’s how to get an inside look at Atlanta’s most interesting sites

An annual event that provides free opportunities for the public to visit historic sites in Atlanta will return in March.

The Atlanta Preservation Center created Phoenix Flies in 2003 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the rescue of the Fox Theatre.

This year’s event includes more than 175 tours, lectures and similar events organized with 99 partners, including DeKalb County’s Doll’s Head Trail, Cobb County’s Log Cabin Community Church and Fulton County’s Daily World Building. It runs from March 3 - 25.


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Reservations for Atlanta Preservation Center members, who receive priority on reservation waiting lists, run Tuesday through Feb. 22. Reservations for the general public open Feb. 23. 

Events are listed by day here. For more information, call 404-688-3353.

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