[Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta]
Downtown Atlanta's Flatiron Building — a pie-shaped stalwart whose 1897 vintage makes Ponce City Market a relatively youngster — is being reborn, floor by floor, as FlatironCity. The 11-story landmark was rescued from starting-to-crumble disrepair, and its ongoing reinvention as a collaborative workspace mecca with downstairs food options should rank it among the best adaptive-reuse rescues in Atlanta, alongside PCM and The Goat Farm Arts Center. Have a look at this applaudable, 40,000-square-foot project after the jump.
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