Judge Realty Property Management Division is pleased to announce that leasing has begun at 2411 Habersham Apartments. This vintage 1920’s eight-unit complex, once known as the Williams Apartments and later the Tomo-Chi-Chi Apartments, has been given a complete face lift. Broker Lori Judge matched investors with this property and the results are noteworthy. The new owners have transformed this vintage building into a renter’s dream, resulting in a significant contribution to the ongoing revitalization of this trendy Starland District neighborhood.
Lori Judge states, “Last year, Judge Realty formed our New Development Division to provide consulting, navigating, and assistance to real estate investors and developers. Our services range from property acquisition to rental management. We are pleased to have assisted in this sale and to now provide the management and leasing. Who could have guessed this neglected building could be transformed into the gem it is now? Not only does this renovation provide exceptional housing, it also generates several external community benefits. A rehabilitation of an existing property is a catalyst; helping to attract other investors and improving neighborhood conditions. It indicates an economic viability helping to spur other residential and commercial activity, increasing population, and improving neighborhood safety.”
Each of the two bedroom, one bath, 1200 sf apartments features a bonus sun room, in-unit washer/dryer, all new kitchen appliances, storage area, and access to a gated off-street parking lot. In addition, the units are equipped with smart technology, allowing residents to access security cameras via a mobile app. The location, across from the popular Green Truck Pub and Al-Salaam Deli offers easy access to Starland District amenities.
Director of Property Management Nicole Floyd and Associate Broker/Leasing Agent Bruce Jacobs expect the apartments to rent quickly. Interested renters should contact our main office 912-236-1000 or visit us online judgerealty.com.
This building renovation and its impact on the neighborhood attracted the attention of the Savannah Morning News. Reporter Katie Nussbaum researched the building’s history and produced an article which appeared February 11th as a BiS Section Sunday edition feature story. Nussbaum’s article can be viewed HERE.