Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta
A 1920s parking deck-turned-classroom building at Georgia State University was reduced to rubble last year, making way for a major green space enhancement at the school’s downtown campus.
Now, construction crews have nearly wrapped on the first phase of what university officials are calling the greenway project, which aims to transform the void left by Kell Hall, as well as the school’s former Library Plaza, into a premier communal space at the heart of the main campus.
“Workers hauled away the last chunks of concrete in October and have since installed new façades on Langdale Hall and Arts & Humanities where the buildings once adjoined Kell Hall [on either side],” reads a recent GSU announcement.
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