266 Lofts / 276 Lofts

266 South Front Street Memphis, TN 38103 • From $115 Per Day
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  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

The residences at 266 Lofts connect Front Street with the retail, restaurant, and entertainment options readily available in downtown Memphis while maintaining a sense of community and privacy. The central courtyard anchors the property, providing green space in the heart of the city and a welcoming gathering place for residents, while first-floor retail will further enhance the walkability of Front Street. Apartment homes at 266 Lofts include several high-end finishes and features, including controlled access entry, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, hardwood or stained concrete flooring, walk-in closets, patios in select units, a washer & dryer in each home, and controlled access garage parking.

Amenities

Fitness Center
Controlled Access
Parking Garage
Clubhouse
Courtyard

Property Location

About Memphis, Tennessee

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Memphis does more than attract tourists- it draws pilgrims. Music-afficionadios lose themselves to the twang of blues guitar on Beale St., and barbecue stuff themselves with smoky pulled pork and dry-rubbed ribs. You could spend days moving from one museum or historic site to another and leave content.

Once you get away from the neon-lit tourist areas, Memphis is an entirely different place. Named after the ancient capital of Egypt, the city has a certain baroque quality that's both sad and charming. Though poverty is widespread – Victorian mansions stand beside decrepit shotgun shacks and college campuses lie in the shadow of long-closed factories - signs of revival are in the air. Neighborhoods once in shambles, abandoned and/or otherwise reclaimed by kudzu vines– South Main, Binghampton, Crosstown and others - are being reinvented with quirky boutiques, hip lofts and edgy restaurants, all full with Memphis' wild spirit.

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