• Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery, Maynard Jackson

    Mayor Maynard Jackson, Atlanta's first black mayor, died in 2003. His wife wanted his grave positioned so that if he sat up he'd have a clear view of downtown Atlanta.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery, Mayor Jackson's View

    If one were to sit on the bench to the left of the former mayor's grave, this would be their view.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed

    Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is working tirelessly these days. On Monday, August 26, 2013, he announced his bid for reelection. Then on August 28, he appeared alongside President Barack Obama, President…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed

    Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed lent his support to R&B singer Usher at the singer's New Look Foundation World Leadership Conference & Awards gala in 2011.   See the Image

  • Opening Night of River North Chicago's Triplex Hotels Suite

    Members of the multifaceted development team (left to right): Bryan Hayes, COO of White Lodging; Al Friedman, CEO of Friedman Properties; Bruce White, CEO of White Lodging; Richard Melman, founder of…   See the Image

  • Mayor Michael Bloomberg in New York Micro-Unit Apartment

    The project would be developed by Monadnock Development, Actors Fund Housing and nARCHITECTS.   See the Image

  • Entryway: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    It's only fitting that a grand staircase is the focal point in the entryway of this historic Georgetown home. Built by Henry D. Cooke, Washington, D.C.'s first governor, the 5,487-square-foot,…   See the Image

  • Rooftop Cupola: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    The rooftop cupola of Henry D. Cooke's historic Georgetown house offers spectacular views of Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center and Rosslyn skyline. The former home of D.C.'s first governor, amenities…   See the Image

  • Home Office: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    Kelly-green walls complement the hardwood flooring and wood accents in the home office of Henry D. Cooke's former Georgetown home. One can only imagine the work the first governor of Washington,…   See the Image

  • Living Room: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    Lots of natural light floods this stately living room in Henry D. Cooke's historic Georgetown home. The 5,487-square-foot Washington, D.C., home has eight bedrooms, five full baths and one half bath.   See the Image