Historic Savannah: Come As A Tourist, Stay A Local

Where you live makes a big difference in how you live. Savannah Quarters is a love letter to today’s Georgia that holds so many things dear: quality of life, ease, beauty, and vitality. We’ve combined exceptionally well-built and spacious new homes, an extraordinary amenity experience, and transcendent natural beauty of the Lowcountry in iconic Savannah. Modern life flourishes here, and you can too, with us.



Coastal Beauty and Cultural Heart

Aside the from the rich history and eclectic vibe, Savannah is a bustling coastal port. With the beaches of Tybee Island, Hilton Head Island and more just a short drive away, you can be enjoying the sun, surf and sand any time you please. In town there’s beauty on another level. Savannah is home to one of the East Coast’s most prolific art scenes, thanks to the world-renowned Savannah College of Art and Design.

Welcome to Pooler, Georgia

Located just 12 minutes west of Savannah is one of the fastest-growing areas of Georgia. The town of Pooler is home to many of the area’s most enticing retail, dining and entertainment options. It is also home to many of the area’s top employers, making it an excellent choice for young families who want to be near the culture and excitement of Savannah with the convenience of suburban living.


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Established in 1733, Savannah was Georgia’s first city and later the first state capital. Its historic charm is strong. Savannah is home to some of the oldest homes in America, dating back as far as the early to mid-1700s. In fact, Savannah is home to the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States. Historic monuments, forts, mansions, churches and museums constitute more than 20 city squares.

Coastal Adventure

Located just 20 minutes from downtown Savannah, Tybee Island is a popular coastal retreat for residents and visitors. Five miles of sand await beachcombers and sun worshippers. Fishing is a big pastime here, too. Cast off from one of the piers, take a deep-sea charter or try your luck right in the surf. Other outdoor diversions include guided dolphin tours, kayaking adventures and stand-up paddleboarding.


Make sure you spend some time tooling around City Market. Sequestered within the four blocks between Ellis and Franklin Squares, it’s pretty much the hub of downtown activity. Restaurant options here range from laid back to upscale. You’ll also find varied art galleries showcasing local pieces, specialty shops and eclectic boutiques. Musicians provide live outdoor entertainment nightly — the perfect backdrop for a casual evening meal or cocktails on a restaurant patio.


We sure hope you’ve brought your appetite! Dining in Savannah is an undeniable passion that’s impossible to resist. Award-winning restaurants are everywhere. Discover tasty, traditional Southern cuisine, the abundant catch of the day seafood venues, as well as an ever-expanding palette of vegan, international cuisine, artisan libations, and more. From fancy dancy to flat out casual, you’ll have your choice of new and historic dining establishments to satisfy any craving at any time.