Tuesday, June 6

The little old brick building on Nassau Street


"Country music’s first hit record was made in an unassuming office building in Downtown Atlanta, but proposed construction for a new Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville location could erase this bit of history forever. The building, located at 152 Nassau St., currently houses a small law firm but was once the location of a temporary recording studio set up by New York-based Okeh Records executive Ralph Peer. Plans for the development of a Downtown home for the Margaritaville restaurant chain, which boasts more than 30 outposts in the U.S. and abroad, was unveiled summer 2016. ..."
Creative Loafing

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