All posts by admin

SJ-GoodCityLiving_Logo_2Color

South Junction | Memphis, TN

By | Our Residential | No Comments

SJ_banner_HighRes

Good City Living

South Junction is part historic downtown Memphis, part modern urban community. It’s a place where active people live, bike and play among canopied trees and paths connecting life to arts, dining, transit, farmer’s market, and parks.

South Junction is sustainable living, from “recycled” railroad land and energy efficient construction, to access to alternative transportation and local goods & services. South Junction means lower cost-of-living and lower impact living.

 

Visit our Website, Facebook or Twitter for more information.

JWA exterior

Jackson Walk Apartments | Jackson, TN

By | Our Residential | No Comments

Jackson Walk offers a healthy & exciting lifestyle in the middle of it all. Shopping, eating, the farmer’s market, and a new wellness center are all located steps from well-appointed downtown apartments.

 

With beautiful granite counter tops, modern kitchen appliances, spacious walk-in closets and attractive plank flooring, you are guaranteed to find a one or two bedroom that fits just right. All these features create a home environment that welcomes downtowners and their guests to experience Jackson Walk and all it has to offer.


Click here to see all the amenities that LiFT has to offer you!

Visit our Website for more information

Click here to see what others have to say!


 

Van Vleet Flats | Memphis, TN

By | Exclude from Index | No Comments

Exterior 3.19.14

The most vibrant loft apartments in Downtown are the newest addition to the Downtown Memphis Flats portfolio. Located at 122 Gayoso Avenue, between Main St. & S. Second St. in the historic Van Vleet-Mansfield Drug Co. building, Van Vleet is right where you want to be!

 

Visit our Website for more information

 

 

Barboro Flats

Barboro Flats | Memphis, TN

By | Exclude from Index, Featured Properties | No Comments

Barboro Flats, 100 Gayoso Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103

Barboro Flats sits right along Main Street in the heart of downtown Memphis. It is only blocks away from Beale Street, the Orpheum, and the University of Memphis Law School. One and two bedroom units are available.

To see more video tours of this property, please visit our page on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/user/HenryTurleyCompany

Call the leasing office at (901) 734-3333 or visit the website to see floorplans, more pictures and other information.

See the latest news for Barboro Flats by checking out the Downtown Memphis Flats fan page on Facebook!


The Cornerstone Flats | Memphis, TN

By | Exclude from Index, Our Residential | No Comments

The Cornerstone on Main Street

Cornerstone Flats, 113 South Main Street, Memphis, TN 38103

The Cornerstone Flats is a beautiful historic building along Main Street. The building has been restored to loft apartments, but the units still have timeless features like original hardwood floors, exposed brick and oversized windows. Unit layouts include: one bedroom and two bedroom.

Call the Downtown Memphis Flats leasing office at (901) 734-3333 to see floorplans, more pictures or schedule a tour.

See the lastest news for Cornerstone Flats by checking out the Downtown Memphis Flats fan page!

Radio Center Flats | Memphis, TN

By | Exclude from Index, Our Residential | No Comments

Radio Center Flats, 66 South Main Street, Memphis, TN 38103

The Radio Center Flats occupy a historic building at the corner of Main Street and Union Avenue. The building was once home to WMPS, but has been restored to lofts with high ceilings, enormous windows, and neat interior layouts. Unit layouts include: one bedroom and two bedroom.

Call the Downtown Memphis Flats leasing office at (901) 734-3333 or visit the website to see floorplans, more pictures and other information.

See the lastest news for Radio Center Flats by checking out the Downtown Memphis Flats fan page on Facebook!

 

PAY MY RENT ONLINE


 

 


Main Street Flats | Memphis, TN

By | Exclude from Index, Our Residential | No Comments

Main Street Flats

Main Street Flats, 99-105 South Main Street, Memphis, TN 38103

Main Street Flats span three different historic downtown buildings. Each unit has undeniable charm, while the residents enjoy the convenience of living in the very center of downtown Memphis. Unit layouts include: studio, one and two bedroom.

Call the Downtown Memphis Flats leasing office at (901) 734-3333 to see floorplans, more pictures or schedule a tour.

See the lastest news for Main Street Flats by checking out the Downtown Memphis Flats fan page on Facebook!

.


Cotton Exchange Building (thumbail image)

Office Properties | Memphis, TN

By | Our Commercial | No Comments

We are proud that several of Memphis’ most distinguished companies and firms are tenants in our commercial office buildings. Our buildings are unique renovated structures that help to define the downtown Memphis skyline. As with any property we manage, our primary concern is maintaining strong, positive relationships with our tenants. Many of our corporate tenants have been with us for decades. With the combination of attentive, consistent property management and the convenient, prominent locations of our commercial spaces, it makes it hard to leave!

Cotton Exchange Building
65 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN

Businessmen’s Club
81 Monroe Avenue, Memphis, TN

88 Union Center
88 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN

For leasing information, call (901) 255-2150.


Harbor Town (thumbnail image)

Harbor Town | Memphis, TN

By | Featured Properties, Our Communities | No Comments

Most believed that Harbor Town was a gamble. In the 1980s, few people could see themselves making their home in downtown Memphis. It would be fine to work downtown, but better to drive east at night to a home in the suburbs. Henry Turley wanted something different, something like the neighborhood he remembered from childhood – and he wanted it close to downtown. His would be a neighborhood that emphasized the human, not the automobile. His would be a neighborhood that encouraged interaction between folks on front porches and folks on the sidewalks. His would be a neighborhood of small lot sizes, neighborliness, and intimacy. It would not be a neighborhood of garage doors, asphalt, and isolation.

Back then, it was not so easy for others to imagine this neighborhood, let alone such a neighborhood in downtown Memphis. This did not deter Henry. He purchased 132 acres on a sandbar known as Mud Island. There, along the banks of the Mississippi, Henry pursued his vision. Collaborating with RTKL of Baltimore, Looney Ricks Kiss of Memphis, and Tony Bologna, they made a simple, instructive picture book that plainly told “do this, don’t do this” – development guidelines that would grow Harbor Town into the kind of community now known as New Urbanist. Today, Harbor Town is dense and walkable, offering traditional row houses, contemporary homes, apartments, a neighborhood grocery store, restaurants, a Montessori school, a bilingual daycare, a marina, an upscale inn, and a health clinic. The trees are mature, the cars are tucked into alleys behind houses, the river beckons, and the downtown core is only a stone’s throw away.

Visit the Harbor Town Community Association website