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William-Oliver Building

William-Oliver Building

The William-Oliver Building is a 1930 art deco landmark building at 32 Peachtree Street NW at Five Points, Downtown Atlanta. It currently consists of 115 apartments. Its architect was Francis Palmer Smith of Pringle and Smith and was Atlanta's first completed art deco skyscraper.[1][2][3] It was named after developer Thomas G. Healey's grandsons William and Oliver.[4]


  1. ^ , Robert Michael Craig, p.31Atlanta Architecture: Art Deco to Modern Classic, 1929-1959, Volume 1
  2. ^ , Robert M. CraigThe Architecture of Francis Palmer Smith, Atlanta's Scholar-Architect
  3. ^ magazine, May 2003,p.12Atlanta
  4. ^ , Isabelle Gournay, p.23AIA Guide to the Architecture of Atlanta

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