Pershing Point Park as a park and destination?

The trash cans were full but I've never seen any people there. I felt like a pioneer. My friend Jerry Phillips (R.I.P) used the live in some apartments there. Not in the Pershing Point apartments but just south of them in the same block. I'd love to find a picture.

It's a park
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with free parking.
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Quite well landscaped and cozy.
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The leaning tree is charming.
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Folks don't think much about WW1 these days.
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The benches list the battlefields.
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The Pershing Point Apartments were once here.
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Looking north to the curvy Ivesco Building. Buck Crook's Rhodes Center is the modest white building on the left. Rhodes Hall is just behind.
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The silhouette has a silhouette.
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I guess he's looking at the Mastermind thinker dude.
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The Winnwood Apartments is a reminder of the classic days of Pershing Point architecture.
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South on Peachtree towards Colony Square and the Reid House.
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South on West Peachtree towards Atlantic Center.
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