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!)
Charlie tried her best. Memphis is a sketchy city in general. But the place was old and run down, scary location, and charlie showed up with some man and he came into the apt to check me in! Charlie said to take the trolly to beale street. I was by myself. I asked the doorman and he said it was not the safest and i should just get there as quickly as possible by walking the three city blocks. The building is supposed to be locked but a door on the side can be opened with force, which she showed me as we walked in. 2/3 elevators are broken. The place was overall just a total dump. No bed frame, old zenith tv, a close commute to beale but not great neighborhood. A lot of people in the building smoke cigarettes and they are at the doorway and the elevators reek. When i got there, there was nowhere to park and i had to drive down a one way street, park on a corner next to a sketchy alley, and carry all of my crap up. Charlie generously offered to help me carry things but i couldnt risk it as she smokes and i am allergic. The parking garage is a block away if you walk down an incredibly sketchy alleyway in between buildings. So its really two blocks. The parking lot is at an econo lodge that has public parking. I saw several homeless men in the overhangs if buildings every time i walked somewhere, any time of day. I felt unsafe the entire time. I got in very late and charlie was very accomodating in meeting me with the keys. I have no frame of reference for the rest of the city, but i felt unsafe, the place was a dump, and i would have stayed elsewhere had i known.
Heather B- I am terribly sorry to learn that your stay with us was not what you expected. We strive hard to ensure that our guests feel at home and receive our wonderful southern hospitality during their stay with us. We do only have one elevator working as of now due to pipes bursting during the freezing temperature, which was a common occurrence in this region during this winter's conditions. Our maintenance team is working diligently to make necessary repairs for our two down elevators. Our side doors have been completely replaced today (with added security maglock's and 10 second delay alarm) and will remain locked at all times to ensure guest safety. We do not allow smoking in the building yet we can’t control the public sidewalk. There are homeless in Memphis as is almost every major city in the U.S. We do have security on duty daily and we have never had any problems with our guest safety. Being built in 1910, our building is one of the oldest in Memphis and it is registered as the National Historic Landmark -- We're putting tremendous effort to bring this building back to it's righteous condition. We hope that your experience does not deter you from visiting our city again in the future.
This is my second time renting from Sardor. The apartment was clean and comfortable. It is located in the heart of town. Charlye is incredible helpful and easy to reach. Would highly recommend this apartment!
This was a great and very convenient flat in downtown Memphis - couldn't be easier to get to Beale Street and all the bars and restaurants in downtown and is in housed in a really beautiful building. We had everything we needed - nice kitchen and lounge area as well as bedroom. There isn't any parking in downtown Memphis, so we paid $10 dollars a day in a nearby car park, which was quite reasonable and just around the corner. A great base from which to explore the rest of Memphis
The location of this rental was perfect, just a few minutes walk to Beale St. and easily serviced by all the trolley lines. The highway is just a few blocks down so getting in and out of town is a breeze. The building is secure and the apartment is more spacious than it looks in photos. Upon arrival the apartment was very clean and well put together. Parking is close by and make sure to have cash on you to pay for the pass upon arrival.
The only two minor cons were that we dealt with three (very nice) people to set up checking in, each time kind of starting from scratch. The other con was having to wait for the cable person! I'm sure it was a one off thing but waiting around for the cable to be set up in your unit on a Friday night at 6pm is kind of a bummer.
The Exchange building is in a great location as mentioned and our apartment was tidy and a fine base of operations. Pricing comparable to other hotels just a block away is a steal. I would suggest anyone wanting to have convenience at a great price to stay here.
Впечатление от прибывания остались приятные.
Мы остались довольны и апартаментами: просторная, светлая квартира в историческом здании с хорошим видом и прекрасным расположением (самый центр города, пять минут ходьбы до основных достопримечательностей, в т.ч. до Билл стрит и острова Мад),
и приемом: Чарли и Сардор оперативно решали все возникающие вопросы и внимательно отнеслись к нашим пожеланиям и просьбам.