The Project

Peabody Place, a downtown Memphis mixed-use development listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has become a thriving environment in an area that was underused and largely neglected for over two decades. Today, an entire city block of historic buildings has been renovated and restored to its original grandeur, serving as a testament to preserving the past while meeting current building requirements.

At the time of its construction, Peabody Place was the largest Downtown historic renovation project in the United States. The complex program includes 500,000 square feet of buildings dating from the late 1800s – early 1900s which have been transformed into modern residential spaces, “state-of-the-art” offices, elegant restaurants and retail establishments.

Most Photography by Jeffrey Jacobs

LocationMemphis, Tennessee Total Size500,000 Square FeetTotal CostN/AClientBelz Enterprises

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