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Atlanta's Hyatt Turns 40

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Most of you who get the AJC (or are just really well read on Atlanta's history) have probably seen this already, but I figure it deserves posting.

Apparently, an Atlanta milestone, and an architectural milestone, the Hyatt Regency Atlanta has turned 40. Let's celebrate! :yahoo::alc:

In celebration of this, the AJC has given us 40 facts we ought to know about the Hyatt. (Enjoy!)

I heard the famous restaurant is closed. What occupies that place now?

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I was only five years old when it opened but I remember in school all the publicity that was centered around the first hotel in the world to have a multi-story atrium. I think it was Highlife Magazine. That's how I learned about world renouned architect John Portman, and have been following his work ever since.

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Most of you who get the AJC (or are just really well read on Atlanta's history) have probably seen this already, but I figure it deserves posting.

Apparently, an Atlanta milestone, and an architectural milestone, the Hyatt Regency Atlanta has turned 40. Let's celebrate! :yahoo::alc:

In celebration of this, the AJC has given us 40 facts we ought to know about the Hyatt. (Enjoy!)

I heard the famous restaurant is closed. What occupies that place now?

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Great pictures IC, I hope that the Polaris will be able to open back up even though I haven't been there. It just seems sort of sad such an iconic restaurant had to close due to the Sundial competition

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