22 N Front Street, Memphis, TN 38103
Standing 11 stories and with an attractive brick finish, the historic Falls Building is a fully modernized Memphis landmark that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The property once featured a rooftop garden where W.C. Handy, the "Father of the Blues," regularly performed and where he gave the premiere performance of "St. Louis Blues" in 1914. Originally built to house cotton merchants, the renovated property is now home to leading law firms, marketing companies, and government agencies.
Conveniently located downtown along the waterfront of the Mississippi River, Falls Building offers some of the best river views in Memphis. The building is just steps away from the newly renovated University of Memphis law school, court district, Civic Plaza, the newly refurbished Court Square Park and the Main Street trolley line. World-famous Beale Street, FedEx Forum and AutoZone Park are a few blocks away.
The lobby, renovated in 2009, features a polished porcelain tile floor and marble and limestone walls. The north lobby includes a two-story media wall that showcases all things Memphis. The renovations also include a state-of-the-art building conference center with a conference room that seats up to 50 and built out with plug-and-play audio/visual equipment. There is also a catering kitchen and pre-function lobby area as well as a smaller conference room which seats eight to 10. There are two main lobby entrances, Front Street and West Court Avenue, providing easy access.
Hertz Investment Group acquired this prestigious property in 2012.
Total Square Feet: 155,000 | Stories: 12 | Building Type: Class-A Office