The Tennessee Brewery

495 Tennessee Street Memphis, TN 38103 • From $129 Per Day

30 day minimum stay required

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  • One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Off Street Parking & On Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

The apartments at The Tennessee Brewery are some of the most unique in the city. Set inside a restored 125-year-old brewery on the Mississippi River, this one-of-a-kind residence has married history and contemporary conveniences perfectly to provide an urban oasis to those who live there. This luxury apartment community boasts premium interior finishes and some great resident amenities for you to enjoy. Located next to the Riverwalk and Butler Park and just blocks from downtown, you will have convenient access to all that Greater Memphis has to offer.

Amenities

Historic Building
Controlled Access
Private Courtyard with Fountain
Greenspace
Fitness Center
Access to Covered Parking Deck

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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