The rent at The Apartments at Peabody Place ranges from $1,250 for a one bedroom to a $1,100 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 15% more expensive than the Downtown average. This is a cat-friendly apartment.
This apartment is in the Downtown neighborhood in Memphis. Nearby parks include Town Square, Mud Island Park and Ashburn-Coppock Park.
The Apartments at Peabody Place has a Walk Score of 86 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Nearby schools include Downtown Elementary School, Georgia Avenue Elementary School and Martin Luther King Transition.
The closest grocery stores are Brothers Sundry, Brian's Grocery and Sunshine Food Market.
Nearby coffee shops include Hard Rock Cafe Memphis, Lil' Anthony's Cafe and Bluff City Coffee. There are 78 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Yao's Downtown China Bistro, Flying Saucer Draught Emporium and Automatic Slim's Restaurant.
The Apartments at Peabody Place is near AutoZone Headquarters, International Paper Headquarters and Baptist Memorial College of Health Sciences.
There are excellent bike lanes and the terrain is mostly flat. The Apartments at Peabody Place is very bikeable, biking is convenient for most trips.
The Apartments at Peabody Place (Gayoso House & Pembroke Square) is located in the heart of downtow's historic block of Memphis right on the South Main Street Trolley Line. With the trolley stop at your front doorstep, you are right in the middle of the best our Memphis has offer! In 1842 The Gayoso House was built as the first luxury hotel in Memphis. It had indoor plumbing, electricity, and all the newest luxuries. During the Civil War, 1860-1864, the Gayoso Hotel was first a Confederate recruiting center until Union armies took the city and turned it into a hospital. 1863, in August, General Nathaniel Bedford Forrest and his cavalry rode their horses in the hotel's lobby in an attempt to recapture the city. In 1899 the Gayoso Hotel burned on the 4th of July due to the fireworks. 1904 saw the Gayoso Hotel redesigned with its modern U-shape and reopened for business. It was renovated in 1994 as the Gayoso House Apartments. In 1890 Pembroke Square was formally Goldsmith's. Goldsmith's original store on Beale Street was relocated in 1895 to a larger facility at Main and Gayoso, which it occupied through most of the 20th century. In 1952 Goldsmiths expanded its downtown location, expanding into the adjoining former Gayoso Hotel. It was renovated in 1994. The Apartments at Peabody Place offer a Rooftop with an un-obstructed view of our city's best amenity, The Mississippi River & all its bridges skirting the deep-South's horizon. It's a view you’ll never grow weary of! Not that you won't have a full dance card with your downtown lifestyle, but we also offer our exclusive 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour on-site security, 24-hour maintenance staff, and free admission to Belz Museum. With large floor plans, walk-in closets, over-sized windows, ceiling fans, spiral staircases, marble floors, original tile, icemaker, and W/D connections, you will want to call us home!