Commons at Imperial Hotel

One of the remaining tall buildings in Atlanta built in the Chicago style during the city’s first era of skyscraper construction, the 1911 eight-story Imperial Hotel in Atlanta is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is recognized by the city as a Landmark building. The Imperial is one of the few remaining hotel buildings of this era that catered to the businessmen and tourists who frequented Peachtree Street. In 2012, C+H adapted the building to serve as permanent supportive housing for the formerly homeless and other persons with special needs.

Commons at Imperial Hotel

Atlanta, GA

photo credit: Creative Sources Photography

Extensive renovation to accommodate: 90 apartments, a tenant support and services suite, and amenities including meeting rooms, computer stations, a lobby, and fitness room.

Client: Columbia Residential and National Church Residences

2014 Atlanta Residential Design Award
2014 AIA Georgia Design Citation
2014 Atlanta Urban Design Commission Excellence Award
2015 Georgia Trust Marguerite Williams Award