A reclaimed hardware and saddlery warehouse at the entrance to the South Bluffs neighborhood, The Lofts at South Bluffs was converted in 2000 by Henry Turley Company (HTC) — the last phase in the original South Bluffs development that sparked a wave of improvements on downtown’s South End. It’s one-of-a-kind building with expansive spaces and historic details, and HTC took steps to preserve its original character and architectural integrity. These are true urban lofts, each with its own unique features including exposed brick, high ceilings, hardwood and concrete floors, and huge windows overlooking the river, the city, the South Bluffs.
With direct access to the South Bluffs neighborhood and steps from River Walk overlooking Tom Lee Park, The Lofts couldn’t be in a better spot. Stroll through the scenic South Bluffs, with its cobblestone boulevards and tree-lined streets; jog along the Mississippi; pick up your local produce at the Memphis Farmer’s Market or walk a few blocks to the South Main Arts District. It’s all at your doorstep.