The Hub cited for fire, code enforcement violations
by Staff Reports
05:09 PM, Thursday, July 31
The Hub, an extended-stay hotel located at 6096 Barfield Road and being used for student housing by the Art Institute of Atlanta in Sandy Springs, faces multiple violations following annual inspections by the Sandy Springs Fire Rescue and Code Enf...

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