HOME | DOWNTOWN | HOUSES AND APARTMENTS | COMMERCIAL BLDGS. | MISCELLANEOUS LOCATIONS | LINKS | NEXT PHOTOThis 1936 Associated Press newspaper photo shows a before and after view of the neighborhood of crumbling slum housing that stood between downtown and Georgia Tech prior to the development of what became Techwood Homes, America's first public housing project. The public housing units built are now gone from that specific corner, but just across the street, some of the original buildings still stand. Scroll down to see a couple of 2014 photos of this corner, which is at the intersection of Pine Street and Techwood Drive (currently known as Centennial Olympic Park Drive).
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