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We’re currently updating our website but you can find information about our past offerings below.

We previously partnered with the Historic District Development Corporation to create a unique events and community gathering space.

HDDC was founded in 1980 by Coretta Scott King, Christine King Farris and John Cox, with an original goal of restoring the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic District to the proud, economically diverse and viable neighborhood it once was. HDDC has an unwavering commitment to equity, non-displacement, historic preservation and sustainability, making them an ideal and values-aligned partner for us at The Guild.

Adaptive re-use

The historic Haugabrooks Funeral Home on Auburn Avenue has a new life as a multipurpose event, studio and office space.

The Legacy of Haugabrooks

Mrs. Geneva Haugabrooks’ spirit of entrepreneurship and excellence is an invaluable part of the history and cultural heritage of the Sweet Auburn Corridor. In 1929 with just $300, Mrs. Haugabrooks established a multi-million-dollar company, Haugabrooks Funeral Home, that herself and her family operated for nearly a century.

Historic Renovated Off-Site and Meeting Space in the Heart of Sweet Auburn

Get inspired by the rich history of the Sweet Auburn District in Downtown Atlanta. Haugabrooks on Auburn offers two distinct event spaces and two office/studio spaces to suit both corporate and community needs.

The spaces offer:

  • TVs with HDMI connections
  • Surround-sound audio throughout the building
  • Board tables with whiteboards
  • Public transportation accessible (Atlanta Streetcar, Marta bus line, bike lane accessible)
  • Paid and free street parking as well as surrounding surface lots. Limited free parking in our private lot at rear of the building.