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Advantage Builders
1327 Boyd Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Advantage Builders is a roofing company in West Midtown. Owners Trish Summers and Lynn Sutton are localsMore and live in the Midtown area. Ms. Summers and Ms. Sutton run a company completely owned and operated by minority women. The company does roof asset management, repairs, assessments, re-roofs and restoration.

 

Hudgins & Company
640 North Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Hudgins & Company is a demoltition contractor. It offers used building materials, demolition services, roll offMore containers and tile roofing. 
Southern Aluminum Finishing
1581 Huber St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Southern Aluminum Finishing is a distributor, fabricator and finisher of aluminum products. It specializes in customMore fabrication, coils, powder coatings, anodizing, paint finishing, prefinished aluminum sheeting and architectural roofing products. The company offers a variety of warranties for its products.
Schantz Home Improvement
1530 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Schantz Home Improvement is a general contracting company that specializes in roofing, window and door replacements andMore siding installation. The company is named after Frank Schantz, its founder.
805 Peachtree
805 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
805 Peachtree is an office building conversion. It used to be the Social Security building, and stands at the corner ofMore Peachtree and 5th streets. It has great amenities, like a roof top garden and pool. 805 Peachtree is a great location for anyone who wants to live in a chic, urban environment. 
Terminal West
887 W Marietta St NW Ste C, Atlanta, GA 30318
Terminal West is a music and performance venue. The 7,000-square-foot location offers state-of-the-art equipment andMore has shows from all types of acts and musical genres. It has professional lighting and sound, air conditioning and an outdoor roof deck. It offers drinks, cocktails and beer during shows. Check its website for details on upcoming events or for information on bookings.
Tater Tots
433 Bishop St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Tater Tots is the store on Bishop Street with a red roof and a stoop covered with kids' bikes and toys. Inside, the shopMore feels like a child's playroom at home. Baby cribs line one wall, and teddy bears, scooters and games cover the carpet. The owner, Grace Tate, welcomes parents to shop while kids roam the store playing with all the toys. The back room is layered with children's clothing and shoes. Tater Tots is a 120-day consignment store, offering new and used products from designer labels at discounted prices. All products come in working order and with batteries. 
Antioch Baptist Church North
540 Kennedy St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Antioch Baptist Church North has a distinctive modern roof of slatted, dark metal above walls of red brick. TheMore structure's interior is likewise modern in appearance, but the use of blond wood for pews and the pulpit give the space an intimate warmth. A feeling of intimacy at a church whose congregation is reportedly 14,000 is no small achievement, of course, but the sprawling structure keeps its various rooms (including a chapel) on a human scale. Parking lots signal the church's numbers far more clearly: They surround the building and have such names as "Heaven" and "Eden." A church staff person emphasized that efforts the congregation makes to be neighborly include striving not to impede local traffic with many, many cars parked on the streets bordering the property.
Rebuilding Together-Atlanta
1429 Fairmont St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Rebuilding Together is a national organization dedicated to making good homes for people who truly need them. The ideaMore started with a team in Midland, Texas in 1973 who reconstructed one neighbor's down-trodden home. In 1988 the national office in Washington, D.C. founded Rebuilding Together under the name, "Christmas in April." Now the organization has over 255 branches and rebuilds houses year-round. The Atlanta program focuses on Fulton county low-income, disabled and elderly residents. Renovations include home repairs, roof installation and handicap access additions. The team also refurbishes abandoned homes for the homeless. Atlanta Executive Director Jan Jordan says, "If a house is boarded up, we put a tenant in there." Projects are directly supported by volunteer workers, neighborhood leaders and corporate funds.