Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown
|Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown|
Cox-Carlton Hotel (2008)
|Former names||Carlton Bachelor Apartments|
Days Inn Hotel Peachtree
|Address||683 Peachtree Street NE|
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
|Height||154.3 feet (47.0 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Francis Palmer Smith|
|Architecture firm||Pringle and Smith|
|NRHP reference No.||06000960|
|Added to NRHP||November 1, 2006|
Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown (formerly the Cox-Carlton Hotel, originally the Carlton Bachelor Apartments) is a historic building in midtown Atlanta, Georgia. Designed by Atlanta-based architectural firm Pringle and Smith in 1925, the brick building is located on Peachtree Street, across from the Fox Theatre.
The building, designed by Pringle and Smith, was originally known as the Carlton Bachelor Apartments and served as a "bachelor hotel". Later, the building would be renamed the Cox-Carlton Hotel. Having previously housed a Days Inn, in October 2004 the building reopened after an extensive renovation as the Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown.
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