Historic Renovations Underway
220 Sunset Avenue
220 Sunset is a historic property associated with the Maynard Jackson family including Irene Dobbs-Jackson who integrated the Atlanta Public Library, Maynard Jackson Jr. the first Black mayor of Atlanta and was a temporary home of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change. The King Center and Westside Future Fund saved this building from demolition in order to restore the property and apply for historic designation on the National Register of Historic Places.
500 James P. Brawley Drive, NW
Westside Future Fund is offering entrepreneurs the chance to apply their vision to a unique historical building at a vital intersection within the English Avenue community. The Yellow Store at 500 James P. Brawley Drive stands as a reminder of the corridor’s commercial past and will be restored by Westside Future Fund to serve the neighborhood for generations to come. We invite business owners to consider this mixed-use building and share your plan for how your business could fit into the mix.
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