Claridge Manor Apartments

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Claridge Manor Apartments

The Claridge Manor Apartments is a 115-foot tall, 10-story brick apartment building located on the southwest corner of 11th Avenue South and 27th Street South (formerly Cleveland Street) near Hanover Circle.

Completed in 1924, the Colonial Revival design was created by Washington D. C. architect Raymond Snow for developer G. L. Miller & Co. of Atlanta, Georgia. Eugene Lee was the first manager of the building.

The luxury building included a formal communal dining room and basement servants quarters for the building's shared maid and valet service. The lobby has a checkerboard marble floor. Apartments featured interior French doors with brass hardware.

The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 17, 1984

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