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Fox Theatre Historic District
Fox Theatre in foreground with the Cox-Carlton Hotel and Georgian Terrace Hotel in background, with The Ponce Condos to the right.
|Location||Along Peachtree Street between Ponce de Leon Avenue and 3rd St. NE, Midtown Atlanta|
|Architect||William Lee Stoddart, Oliver Vinour, et al.|
|Architectural style||Moorish Revival, Beaux-Arts style, Renaissance Revival|
|NRHP reference #||78003178|
|Added to NRHP||October 7, 1978|
- the Fox Theatre (Oliver Vinour et al., 1929)
- William Lee Stoddart's Georgian Terrace Hotel (1911), site of the 1939 gala ball for the premiere of Gone with the Wind, the film
- Stoddart's Italianate (or Beaux-Arts/Renaissance-revival) Ponce de Leon Apartments (1913)
- the Cox-Carlton Hotel (Pringle and Smith, 1925), originally built as a bachelor hotel but now a Hotel Indigo.
Photo Gallery of the Fox Theatre Historic District
Aerial view of Fox Theatre Historic District from Bank of America Plaza