In the heart of Upper East River is the George Meyer House. The two-story building is a well-appointed gathering place that will serve as a focal point for the community. Residents will have access to a variety of amenities, including indoor and open-air swimming pools with ample seating around the deck and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
In the heart of the Upper East River community is the Geo. Meyer House. The two-story building is a well-appointed gathering place that will serve as a focal point for the community. The resort-style amenity center will offer activities and features for both adults and children in a casual atmosphere that encourages relaxation, play, exercise, and entertainment.
Residents will have access to a variety of amenities, including indoor and open-air swimming pools with ample seating around the deck and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Check out the café for breakfast or lunch, or meet a few friends at the bar for cocktails and conversation. You can linger in the open spaces and on the terraces, or stroll beyond the buildings and walkways of Upper East River to Eastern Wharf. It’s hard to believe there’s so much to do, and you’re only minutes from your front door.
The George Meyer House was named after the owner of what was once Savannah’s largest beer bottling establishment. Meyer was an innovator, and in the late 1800s, the improvements he made to the beer bottling process paved the way to great business success and significant economic growth for Savannah.
The Geo. Meyer House was architecturally inspired by other historic buildings in Savannah, like the Old Market House and the Savannah Waterworks Pump House. It’s borrowed many of the same details, like the curved windows, stone cornices and lintels, and brick corbels. With the mix of modern day amenities and the history of centuries-old classic architecture, The Geo. Meyer House is the ideal centerpiece for the Upper East River community.
The resort style amenity center for residents of Upper East River.
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