Pam believes the best investment a person can make is in their home. Our homes are where we live, raise families, create memories, relax, and entertain. So many beautiful moments happen at home. She wants everyone to know the pride of owning real estate. For that reason, Pam has designed her life around helping clients find their forever homes. Utilizing the latest real estate technology and systems, she keeps clients constantly informed and exposed to the market. Through her knowledge of pricing, contracts, and negotiations she’ll guide you through the process of buying or selling, from making an initial offer to closing the deal. Savannah has a vast number of real estate opportunities. Let Pam Peterson help you find a property that fits your unique criteria.
Congratulations to Commercial Realtor Bobby Vermillion. Bobby is the Judge Realty November Top Producer. Representing both buyers and sellers in several transactions earned Bobby the top spot.
Quintessential Savannah Condo on East Liberty Street! Top floor vacation rental, sold turn-key, with a city of Savannah vacation rental certificate (STVR) in place. Bright corner unit with windows all the way around. Offering 2 bedrooms, and 2 full baths, its charming interior has hardwood floors, arched doorways, high ceilings, and outdoor space overlooking a lush shared courtyard. The master bathroom was completely renovated less than 2 years ago with new tile, vanity, a walk-in shower, and in-unit washer/dryer. In addition to the courtyard and entry area to the building, there is a balcony that can be accessed from both bedrooms for additional outdoor space. Don’t miss this chance to own a vacation rental in a prime location in Savannah’s Historic District!
To learn more about this property, or to schedule a viewing, contact Pam Peterson today at 912.401.2264 or stop by 347 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA.
Though she was born in Stockholm, Sweden, Helen Iocovozzi is a descendant of one of Savannah’s oldest families. Helen’s 9th great grandfather was James Habersham (1712 – 1775) who was a pioneering merchant and statesman in the British North American colonization of Georgia. She previously worked as a decorator in the retail business in Stockholm. After Helen moved to the states she married Savannah realtor and art aficionado Kim Iocovozzi in 1993; they have four children. Once her 4 kids were a little older she decided she wanted to join her husband and become a Real Estate agent and join the Judge Realty team. Given her husband’s successful career, she was well acquainted with Judge and the real estate industry. Helen and her husband Kim work as partners here at Judge. Helen loves the challenge of finding the perfect home for a new client whether it is a historic home downtown, a house on the Island or a vacation property on Tybee. When she is not showing property Helen enjoys long walks in the woods with her beloved dogs or spending a day on the boat with her family. Some of her favorite places to go explore are Wassaw and Little Tybee. The raw beauty of our barrier islands is something we are so lucky to have and should be treasured.
Charming updated antebellum townhouse located in the Crawford Ward section of Savannah’s Historic District. Built in 1850 for Ms. Harriot Dennis, this spacious residence offers a large carriage house with courtyard and the possibility of an off-street parking space. The main house has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 2 half baths. The garden level offers a living room and separate dining room with an open floor plan kitchen, two bedrooms, and two baths occupy the first floor and the second floor has a large bedroom loft with a large balcony. The carriage home has a large bedroom, living room, full kitchen and bath with ample closet space.
To learn more about this property, or to schedule a viewing, Kim Iocovozzi today at 912.844.3261 or stop by 347 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA.
The Judge Realty October Top Producer is Commercial Associate Bobby Vermillion. With over $3.5 million in closed sales volume, Bobby earned the top spot. Congratulations!
Photography by Kevin Cooley
The installation includes mixed and alternative media work, mirrored works, holographs, video projections, and levitating sculptures. Interior Photography by David Kaminsky
A biography from Penny’s website www.willpenny.com supplies the following background information about the artist: “Will Penny (b. 1984) was raised in Southern Ontario and currently resides in Savannah, Georgia. He has received a diploma in Fine Art from Fanshawe College in London, Ontario and a BFA and MFA in Painting from The Savannah College of Art and Design. Penny’s artworks dissolve traditional boundaries of art and design. His art explores tensions between the tangible space a painting inhabits, the impact of digital technology on fabricated forms and illusionistic environments. By creating systems of interactivity with digital technologies, his art confronts the way information is generated, transmitted and received. He has exhibited in The United States and Canada.” Gallery owner, Susan Laney, is an independent curator and director of Laney Contemporary Fine Art with more than 20 years experience in the fine art market. Laney specializes in photography and contemporary art from both emerging and established artists with a focus on the South. Laney has curated group and solo exhibitions in galleries, colleges, and museums. The Will Penny ‘en plein air installation can be viewed until November 10. The gallery is located at 1810 Mills B Lane Blvd. Gallery hours are Tues-Fri 11 am5pm and Sat 11am-2pm or by appointment. Please visit Will Penny at www.willpenny.com and the Laney Contemporary Gallery at www.laneycontemporary.com
The artwork was created by Ben Tollefson and Elmer Ramos. It consists of brightly colored, over-sized raindrops, two clouds and rainbow created out of thick blocks of foam. It was initially hung as a temporary art installation on the facade of Judge Realty’s office at 347 Abercorn Street in downtown Savannah. When the work came down, Judge was looking for a permanent home for the works and approached the new Susie King Taylor Community School (SKTCS). Commenting on the donation Lori Judge states, “Judge Realty could not be happier that their temporary public art installation Come Rain or Come Shine’ has found a permanent home at the Susie King Taylor Community School. Artists Ben Tollefson and Elmer Ramos’s smile producing rainbow can now be an inspiration to the creative, artistic spirit of all SKTCS students. Judge Realty wishes them all sunny days and clear sailing through their academic careers and beyond.”
When artist Elmer Ramos was asked about his thoughts regarding the donation, he commented, “Having the support of Judge Realty on this unique opportunity will always be an unforgettable and rewarding experience. But I find it even more rewarding to know that the installation will have a new life, being experienced again by children on the daily.”
SKTCS is in its second year of operation and is located at 1709 Bull Street. SKTCS has 216 students from kindergarten through fifth grade in the building this year. The school will grow to eighth grade by 2021, with the hopes of adding a high school.
Rooted in the concept of learning through experience, SKTCS offers a progressive curriculum built around placed-based education, personalized learning, and character development, taught using a peaceful schools model. Students in the building have commented on how beautiful the rainbow, clouds, and raindrops are and how much they enjoy looking at them when they arrive each morning. The SKTCS art teacher, Paige Byrne, shares, “Having the artwork in the building lifts your spirits as you move through the hallway. It helps us to look up and lifts us to new heights!”
David D’Arcy has lived in the Lowcountry of Georgia/South Carolina for over twenty-five years and boasts more than twelve years in residential and commercial real estate. He has been involved in over 175 transactions. David places an emphasis on experience, technology, and exploration to fulfill his clients’ needs. David is a licensed Realtor in both Georgia and South Carolina. He is also certified as an experienced Realtor in Short Sales/Foreclosure transactions, and helping veterans in real estate transactions, as a Certified Military Specialist.
A Civil War buff, David has had three books and numerous articles published on the subject and is a member of the Civil War Trust. He is also a member of Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee. David holds two history degrees, a Bachelors from the State University of New York-College at Oswego and a Masters from Georgia Southern. His hobbies include traveling, visiting historic sites, Major/Minor League Baseball parks, outside activities, cooking, and period military living history events.
Judge Realty Founder and CEO Lori Judge recently added a new piece to her thoughtfully
curated art collection. The piece titled Plastic Sunset; McQueen’s Island by artist Harry Delorme
was part of the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum’s “Making Waves “exhibition. Making Waves
is a Collective Perspective on the Pollution of our Waterways. The exhibition featured twelve
local artists making statements about the critical issue of water pollution.
Artist Harry Delorme composed an informative biography and a description of his Plastic Sunset
“For more than 30 years, I have used found materials in my paintings and installations, many of
which deal with environmental concerns such as development, habitat loss, global warming, and
plastic pollution. My recent works, since 2012, include functional items made from found plastic
objects, photographs, map and photo-based relief paintings and assemblages made with plastic
items retrieved from the banks of the Savannah River near the McQueen’s Island Trail. “Plastic
beaches” – sites where postconsumer plastic washes up on riverbanks and shorelines – are an
increasing and disturbing phenomenon. Works in my current series include representations of
the historic trail, painted from satellite maps or from landscape photographs I take on site.
These paintings are color matched and covered with found plastic objects washed up on the
shores of the Savannah River near the trail. These items – which are dumped into waterways,
washed away during storms, lost or tossed overboard from watercraft – include a wide cross-section
of consumer plastic items. In the world’s oceans, huge swaths of floating plastic bottle
caps, cigarette lighters, toothbrushes, and smaller plastic particles lurk just under the waves
great garbage gyres. These items are sometimes consumed by and kill birds, fish, and other sea
life. Even more insidious are microplastic particles and fibers found throughout our local
waterways and in local marine life. If we are serious about the health of our oceans and coastal
environments, we must educate people about the consequences of the St. Patrick’s Day plastic
mug tossed into the Savannah River, the cigarette lighter casually dropped from the side of a
fishing boat or pleasure craft, and the countless other plastic items that are released into our
waterways on a daily basis as well as the choices we make each day as consumers.”
The Judge Art Collection focuses on the issues of energy, the economy, and the environment.
Plastic Sunset fits perfectly with the Collection’s themes.
To view the entire Judge Art Collection please visit https://www.judgecollection.com/
Several pieces of the Collection may also be viewed by visiting the Judge Realty Historic District
office at 347 Abercorn Street.
For more information about the Ships of the Sea Making Waves Initiative please visit
PIECE FOR MAKING WAVES
Plastic Sunset, McQuee’s Island, 2016
Found plastic from Savannah River over acrylic on panel
19 1/2″ x 25 1/2″