The Exchange Building, completed in 1910 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, was refitted in 1996 to house 202 attractive efficiencies, one and two bedroom apartments, penthouses, and handicap equipped units. While the building has undergone a series of renovations, every effort has been made to preserve its historic features, such as the original mosaic tiles, an early-1900’s era Tennessee marble staircase, the elaborate plasterwork, and the granite surfaces. The towering marble ceilings of the lobby exude the elegance of downtown living.
Located in the heart of the Downtown Neighborhood – near the nightlife, restaurants, and shopping – our apartments are the ideal home base for exploring the city. Living in a 19-story skyscraper allows a breathtaking view of the Mississippi River. Walk outside and explore the rich, dense neighborhood. Fine dining is offered within blocks at renowned restaurants such as Rendezvous!, The Majestic Grille, or Flights. Enjoy a pint at the neighborhood Irish pub, The Brass Door, or make the three-minute drive to Beale Street and relish in its famous bars such as Silky O’Sullivans, Alfred’s, or Bardog Tavern. You could also take the trolley to Beale St, to the Pyramid, or around the downtown area, since there is a trolley stop a block away.
The apartments provide a homey feel with a luxurious touch and high-quality amenities. Several of the units located on the higher floors provide our residents a spectacular view. Units come with a kitchen, fully equipped with refrigerator, microwave, oven/stove, pots/pans, and dishes. The Management office on the first floor is ready to assist you during business hours, and, as many of my residents already know, I am always just a phone call away. A laundry room with coin-operated machines and a gym on the top floor are easily accessible through the three elevators. The 1608 is our largest 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit. It features a hard wood floor and has very recently been renovated. Large for a 1 bedroom apartment, this extra space makes for a great bachelor pad, just make sure to not disturb your neighbors. Its floor, the 16th, has been recently repainted and now has security cameras installed.
There are public metered spots all around the building. Since parking is not always available, we provide parking passes for a nearby parking garage (1 block away) at the price of $10/day. Note that these prices are non-negotiable since the garage is operated by a separate business.
Situated at an unbeatable location with competitive pricing, our apartments are a click away from becoming your future home or weekend getaway. Let yourself be inspired by the view and invigorated by the bustling and lively neighborhood. Rest up in our comfortable abodes and make sure to spend enough time exploring the giant playground that is the City of Memphis. Come home and enjoy the many amenities, such as the laundry room and the gym, and the luxurious construction and styling of The Exchange Building Apartments. Join us now and take advantage our new offer: (Book more than 7 days on our luxurious 4 bathroom, 4 bedroom suite and receive a discounted rate!)
Guests may not smoke in the apartments or on property grounds.
As a courtesy to other residents, extreme noise from electronic devices or otherwise is not permitted after 11 pm and before 8 am.
Additional guests have to be registered upon check-in.
There are public metered spots all around the building. Since there is not always metered parking available, there are covered parking garages within a block or less of the building. Note that the prices for these garages are non-negotiable since the garages are operated by a separate business.
It was easy to contact Sardor and he replied quickly to all inquiries. The apartment was kept clean however it was a bit run down. The location was safe and close to main attraction.
Nice and clean space with excellent location. If you plan on doing a lot of sight seeing in the downtown Memphis area then I would recommend this. Surrounded by museums and lots of restaurants. And it's only a 10 minute walk to Beale St. and the FedEx Center.
Clean, good location but wish we could have met Sardor to help us find cool places to visit around the city.
We had a nice stay in Memphis. The apartment was very clean and perfectly located just minutes from Beale street. The service was well organized and we had issues with hot water that were solved immediately.
I had a similar experience to some of the other reviewers. When I attempted to contact Sardor to check in I did not receive a response; I also called the other number listed in the reservation and again received no answer. My wife and I went ahead an proceeded to the building and called the front office using the call device at the front door. I was able to talk to someone who buzzed me in and was able to get me the keys to my room and some information. I was still disappointed on the communication.
The good things about this room were first the location; its very close to several restaurants and within 4 or so blocks to Beale street which was perfect. The building itself was nice, but the room was lackluster; very simple and boring. All in all an "okay" experience; we were only there for one night if we planned to stay longer I would have probably just rather found a hotel for a comparable price.
This was by far the worst experience I've had on Air B&B.
arrived in Memphis and planned to check into my Air B&B at an agreed-upon time of 3pm. In the hours approaching the check-in, I tried calling Sardor but got no response. When 3pm came and passed, I started calling once every 5 minutes. About an hour later an unnamed woman finally answered my call and told me to come to a different building ten minutes away from the listed location. I obliged and went to the an apartment building where I met a woman who said she represented Sardor. She had me wait for another 20 minutes until I could receive my key. When I received my key, I was brought to a room I didn't purchase in a building I didn't agree upon. When I went to the room, the room wreaked of cigarettes, the toilet was disgusting and the fire detector was hanging from the ceiling with wires exposed. At this point I reached out to Air B&B and my girlfriend and I left and stayed at a hotel.
Throughout this entire process I never spoke to or met Sardor. I also know that Sardor also owns many properties throughout Memphis that are listed on Air B&B, at it concerns me that more people have to deal with this horrendous service. This experience does not reflect how great of a community Memphis is and how great of service Air B&B offers.
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I was born in Uzbekistan and raised in Memphis. I'm the middle child, with 2 older brothers and 2 younger sisters -- and recently a 4 time uncle! I've been fortunate to travel the world in my early years and learned a lot about the different cultures around the world. I enjoy learning about geopolitical history, architecture, and technological advancements that benefit the myriad societies around the globe. To me, Memphis is an exciting city that competes with the great cities of the world as a worthwhile stop for play and leisure. Allow me to host you in my apartments, located in the historic Exchange Building in downtown Memphis.