A lively, artsy neighborhood in the heart of Downtown Memphis, the South Main Historic District is home to some of the most important cultural attractions in Memphis. The National Civil Rights Museum, the Orpheum Theatre, and historic Central Train Station call South Main home. Hip restaurants, bars, and boutiques, as well as cutting-edge art galleries, complete the scene, making South Main an attractive place to spend time exploring.
The South Main Historic District attracts a diverse group of people who love the urban living experience. Whether you want to live in something old or something new, a period place or contemporary chic, lease or own, South Main has it all. The views of the Memphis skyline and the Mississippi River are breathtaking. Residents can walk or trolley to enjoy Downtown activities just a few short blocks away or take a stroll on the Riverwalk. Living, working, and playing in South Main is a full-time job, and the sense of community among those in the area is just another one of South Main's attractive vibes.
For more information about South Main --- and all of Downtown Memphis --- visit the Downtown Memphis Commission’s website: www.downtownmemphis.com