Continuing their mission to build modern conveniences and provide upscale elegant living along the Savannah River, Upper East River officially cut the ribbon and welcomed Savannah and the world to their new J.J. Corry Warehouse Conversion Homes on Wednesday, November 18th.
(Pictured Above: Mayor Van Johnson ceremonial cuts the ribbon, and officially opens the J.J. Corry Warehouse Conversion Homes, alongside Developer Patrick Malloy.)
Mayor Van Johnson joined developer Patrick Malloy, for the ceremonial Ribbon Cutting of the edgy, 4-level homes along the Savannah River. Following the ribbon cutting, Patrick Malloy gave remarks about the neighborhood and welcomed attendees inside to tour and celebrate with he and his team. Earlier in the day, area real estate agents were invited in for an early sneak-peek of the new, unique warehouse conversion homes and to enjoy lunch with the developer.
(Pictured Above: Dozens of Savannah residents gathering at Upper East River to tour and celebrate the newest addition to Downtown Savannah- J.J. Corry Warehouse Conversion Homes Socially distanced, masked and outside!)
To add to the Irish flair of the event, local band, “Seldom Sober” provided traditional folk tunes throughout the day and into the evening. Mr. Malloy also surprised each group, offering an all-expenses paid, 5-night trip to Ireland for four, including a tour of the J. J. Corry whiskey distillery, golf, private driver, and first-class, round trip tickets to anyone and the SAME to their real estate agent for anyone who purchases one of the warehouse conversion homes by the end of November.
(Pictured Above: Area Realtors drop by Upper East River for lunch and a tour of the new J.J. Corry Warehouse Conversion Homes.)
These new homes inside the remarkable J. J. Corry buildings advance the warehouse conversion concept with bold, new, state-of-the-art designs that give way to elegant, smart interiors: expansive front windows and parapet bookend walls, lofts and rooftop terraces. Modeled after the most bespoke warehouse conversions, J.J. Corry’s layout captures the sense of freedom and versatility for which those one-of-a-kind gems are loved. Nevertheless, the placement of living areas conveys a thoughtful, user-centric approach.
(Pictured Above: Live entertainment at Upper East River’s evening reception. Live painting by Maddie Grace Art and Irish tunes by Seldom Sober.)
Each home features: 2-car garage, ample storage, private elevator, a “loading dock-inspired” concrete front porch leading into the main living space, private rooftop sky deck, 14-foot ceiling in the living room, 3 bedrooms, flexible loft space, and 3 ½ bathrooms.
(Pictured Above: Developer Patrick Malloy addressing the crowd and sharing his insight on the Upper East River story and its one-of-a-kind offerings.)