• Downtown Savannah’s Newest – and last – Riverside Neighborhood

Indigenous architecture and style are evidenced in wrought iron balconies and hand-tumbled antiquated brick, and in old-world re-creations like gas lanterns, wood ceilings and brick terraces. These warm, intimate two- and three-bedroom, two- and three-level charmers feature open spaces, high-end decorative finishes, and options like wine cellars and curved staircases.

Floor Plans for the meta

Floor Plans for the emma

Floor Plans for the lee

Background History

It was the late 19th century when Leopold Adler arrived in Savannah to establish Adler’s Department Store. The longtime Broughton Street mainstay started a legacy that thrived through subsequent generations: an Adler, a founder of the Historic Savannah Foundation; an Adler memorialized at his death in 2012 as Savannah’s “ambassador for preservation”; an Adler, today the owner and operator of one Savannah’s fine dining restaurants (we can sub in something specific). The Adler Townhomes honor this family’s spirit of preservation with indigenous architecture and style evidenced in wrought iron balconies and hand-tumbled antiquated brick, and old-world re-creations like gas lanterns, wood ceilings and brick terraces. These warm, intimate two- and three-bedroom, two- and three-level charmers feature open spaces and singular finishes, including high-end decorative trim, and options like wine cellars and curved staircases. For a couple or a single, an Adler Townhome sets a new standard for upscale but affordable life at the River.