Lenox Square Mall
Atlanta, Georgia - circa 1960s
We have here another Lenox Square aerial view (and no, I'm not even going to attempt to name the stores we're looking at this time, lol), but what's different about this one from the previous two I've posted for this mall (see links below), is that it's from the opposite end of the other ones. So we can get a slightly new perspective on things this time around.
Eh, the image quality may be so-so on this old postcard scan, but the view is not. Here's the nicely written caption:
"Lenox Square on famous Peachtree Road, just minutes from downtown Atlanta by the new Freeway, is the South's largest regional shopping center. Its merchandising area of 800,000 square feet is equivalent to a row of stores over a mile long.Mall history: 1959 - present
Quality merchandise is available at the first suburban branches of Rich's and Davison's, Atlanta's largest department stores, and 67 other fine stores. Practically every service is represented, from banking to beauty treatments, from pet shops to a post office. Free parking space accomodates 6,000 cars, then a moving sidewalk and ten escalators transport shoppers about the center."
Current website: here
Current aerial view
Info from Wikipedia
Previous entries: 1, 2, 3, 4