Designed with the discriminating member in mind, the Founders Club is perfect for one’s pursuits.
There are several unique & beautiful rooms for the member’s enjoyment.
The ultimate gathering place! Inspired by George Vanderbilt’s exquisite library at the Biltmore Estate, The Founders Club library features a whiskey bar, twenty-foot ceilings, antiquarian manuscripts and art, an eight-foot-tall marble fireplace, a presentation stage and thousands of books.
Each Founding Member will have a designated room which corresponds to their founder. Additionally, they will have their own designated cabinet within that room to store items for their use in the club. Each colonial room will have its own personality drawn from the particular region. Of course, each member may make use of each room unless it is reserved at the time.
Members from Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia & Maryland will share this room. All these founding members will have priority in reserving this room.
Members from Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey & Delaware will share this room. All these founding members will have priority in reserving this room.
Members from Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island will share this room. All these founding members will have priority in reserving this room.
Designed as a great room in which to relax , The SOL Room features billiard and other gaming tables for the members and their guests to enjoy.
Thomas Jefferson was the ultimate host. His dining room was always brimming with great food and hearty conversation. Perfect for a member to reserve for intimate gatherings.
The Roof Top Terrace is an oasis perched atop the city streets. It features a glass conservatory and plenty of roof top seating whether one seeks privacy or a group setting.
The food at The Founders Club will be provided by The Republic, an upscale American chophouse led by chef Todd Hogan. The Republic was created by the Historic Hospitality Group (Branch & Barrel, Indigo, The Olde Blind Dog).
Liberty Hall is a four-story, 33,000 square foot building in the heart of Alpharetta, Georgia. Situated directly opposite City Hall and lining main street, the Italianate architecture pairs old-world elegance with modern panache. In addition to The Founders Club and The Republic, Liberty Hall will feature premiere office spaces for a veritable who’s who of Georgia.