Deeply Rooted Atlanta History
The Candler Warehouse: built in 1914 by Asa Candler, co-founder of the Coca-Cola Company
- Built to aid struggling Georgia farmers, potentially saving the region from an agricultural crisis.
- At the time, it was the largest single structure under one roof in the U.S.
- Utilized by the military in WWI and WWII, it was then turned into distribution warehousing in the mid-20th century.