Frame structures with clapboard exteriors predominate with Lexington Avenue being the only street in the neighborhood with a significant number, approximately one-half, of brick- veneered, frame houses.The character of development throughout Adair Park is fairly consistent in terms of the materials and the density, but houses vary greatly in size and scale, ranging from three-room, gabled ell cottages to massive, one and one-and-a-half story temple-front cottages.The relative concentration of brick-veneered homes along Lexington is partly a reflection of this Tudor influence and partly the later date of development.The physical layout of the Adair Park neighborhood also exhibits different design characteristics as one moves from the northern section (above Pearce Street) to the southern section.Upon their return to Atlanta, they began to employ this style in the design of mercantile structures. When Morris’ brother Emanuel joined him in the business in 1871, the firm became known as M. After the two brothers joined forces, business increased steadily and the following year, 1872, the original store at 36 Whitehall was abandoned in favor of a larger building located diagonally across the street on the corner of Hunter and Whitehall Streets.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION The great majority of the buildings within the boundaries of Adair Park are residential dwellings, built for single-family use or as duplexes.
After the war the population grew rapidly, as did manufacturing, while the city retained its role as a rail hub.
Coca-Cola was launched here in 1886 and grew into an Atlanta-based world empire.
Cena signed a developmental contract with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, later renamed to World Wrestling Entertainment, or simply WWE) in 2001, debuting on the WWE main roster in 2002.
From a generic character in 2002, Cena morphed into a rapper for the time period of 2002–2004, which earned him fame within the audience on Smack Down!