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The Candler Building is a 17-story, historic high-rise with a 2-level basement owned by REM Associates, L.P., who announced plans in 2016 to convert the structure to a boutique hotel, The Candler Hotel. Rich with history, the address was also the location of one of the earliest churches in the city, built on land donated by Judge Reuben Cone in the 1840s. The new hotel retains the building's history, iconic lobby and ornate structure and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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The Candler Building was completed in just 2 years. Construction started in 1904 by Coca-Cola magnate Asa Griggs Candler. When the building was complete in 1906, it was documented as Atlanta's tallest building - its first steel skyscraper - and became the original home of Central Bank and Trust, the bank founded by Asa Griggs Candler. The Beaux-Arts details remain intact today and cornerstone reads 'Candler Investment Co. 1904 Geo. E. Murphy Architect'.
Surrounding the building and each of the 3 entrances is detailed stonework flanked by Corinthian columns that feature carved panels illustrating liberal arts and sciences. Statues of leisurely women can be seen posed above the East and West entrances. History tells us that the difference between the women on opposing sides of the building are influenced by a headmistress who in 1906 demanded that the scantily clad women facing the all-girls school on the East side be modified to reflect a more modest coverup. The Candler family crest is also featured above each street entrance doorway and displayed prominently on the ornate lobby mailbox.