Glenridge Hall to be demolished by owner
by Everett Catts
05:42 PM, Thursday, March 26
It’s official. Glenridge Hall, the 84-year-old, 15,000-square-foot Tudor mansion in Sandy Springs, will be torn down. Calling the decision “an emotional thing,” Mike Rabalais, director of the Glenridge Hall family office, which represents the prop...

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