July Meeting: Atlas Building, July 17th at 6:30pm
The Atlas Building and Elevator Taproom
The Atlas Building, built in 1905 and originally the Columbus Savings and Trust Building, was designed by noted Columbus architect Frank Packard. Consistent with Second Renaissance Revival design principles. Upon entering the largely intact Long Street lobby, the stately origins of the Atlas building are revealed in the elegantly carved grand stair, the intricate plaster and paint work at the ceiling, the ornate brass finishes of the elevators and the abundant use of marble. Bob Loversidge of Schooley Caldwell Associates will tell us about the long anticipated renovation of the historic Atlas Building. The tour will allow access to a typical residential floor as well as spaces with original building finishes including the lobby, second floor and basement.
Dick Stevens from the new Elevator Taproom will host us after our tour of the Atlas.
When: July 17, 2013 6:30pm
Where: Meet at Atlas Building, 8 E. Long St.; Elevator Taproom 165 N 4th St.
Looking forward to seeing you there next week! Feel free to bring a friend!