To see how Upper East River is bringing new life to Savannah’s historic downtown district, merely step into the George Meyer House. This generously appointed gathering place is named for the late 19th century operator of Savannah’s largest beer bottling enterprise, an innovator of processes that generated business throughout the Southeast for Meyer and economic growth for Savannah. You might step into the George Meyer House in the morning for a vigorous workout in the fitness facility or a few laps in the pool before you’re off to a light breakfast in the Meyer dining room. Enamored by our riverside hospitality, you’ll return in the evening for cocktails and to linger in the open spaces and on the terraces with friends and neighbors. Or stroll beyond the buildings and walkways of Upper East River to our neighboring development, Eastern Wharf, featuring two riverfront parks, including an outdoor event venue, a luxury boutique hotel and Class A office space, and surrounded by a bustling downtown retail community.