A Historic Landmark in the Heart of Midtown Memphis

In 1980, Henry Turley purchased The Gilmore, an apartment building constructed in the 1930s. Sitting at the intersection of Madison and McLean, in the vibrant heart of Midtown, the location is simply too good to pass up. The Levitt Shell, Memphis Zoo, Brooks Museum, Memphis College of Art, Overton Square, and some of the area’s best bars and restaurants are all a walk or bike ride away. The building features fully restored 1930s architecture and modern amenities. Although the building has largely been kept as it was — including its built-in armoires and bookshelves, and hardwood and terrazzo floors, we’re always making improvements and upgrading features in the apartments and common areas. The Gilmore offers studios, and one- and two-bedroom floor plans.

Midtown has it all.

Hang out with friends, entertain your guests on the rooftop deck, or take advantage of all the nearby attractions. Take a peaceful stroll in lush Overton Park (located 1 block away), dine at a wide array of restaurants in Overton Square, or enjoy the shopping and culture of Midtown Memphis. Why go anywhere else?

Commute? What commute?

Midtown is truly the crossroads of Memphis.  All of the main highways and key streets are just a stone’s throw away. Whether you’re headed downtown or to East Memphis, you don’t have to worry about the hustle and bustle of traffic on the interstate. Take advantage of multiple access points, shortcuts and the walkable neighborhood to get to your destination.