The Art and Soul of Savannah

City Market is a mixed-use project in the nation’s largest Historic District in downtown Savannah, Georgia. The rehabilitation of the four-block area began in 1985. The result is a physical facility that economically could not be replicated today.

City Market has established itself as a destination for entertainment, dining, art and retail in downtown Savannah. To create an anchor attraction that would attract both travelers and Savannah residents, the developer emulated its successful Torpedo Factory project in Alexandria, Virginia and established the Art Center at City Market. This group of working artists’ studios occupies approximately 19,000 square feet of space and enhances the environment where other tenants of City Market establish and operate successful food, entertainment, and retail businesses. In addition, City Market has approximately 11,000 square feet of office space.

To see what space City Market currently has available to rent, please visit our leasing page. If you are interested in learning more about leasing space at City Market you may contact our office at 912.232.4903, fax our office at 912.232.2142 or e-mail us info@savannahcitymarket.com.



Savannah’s heart since the 1700s.
Centuries ago, Savannahians gathered here for their groceries, services and other goods, too. The Market thrived even after two fires, survived the Civil War and weathered Savannah’s great 1896 hurricane—only to fall into disrepair as the population and commerce spread out.
Today, thanks to Savannah’s preservation movement, City Market is home to some of the Historic District’s most popular restaurants, art galleries and other shops. They fill the historic storefronts and warehouses and spill into the shaded pedestrian courtyard between historic Ellis and Franklin Squares.