The apartments in the historic Lincoln American Tower and Lowenstein building combine original existing design elements and materials including marble lobby floors and wooden structure beams with fully modern amenities and comforts. The difference between the three buildings' apartment layouts and finishes is a comparison of superlatives, whether it is the high ceilings, exposed 19th Century support beams in Lowenstein, the 1925 marble corridors and glazed terra cotta facade of Lincoln American Tower, or the floor to ceiling glass curtain wall and modern design of CA2.
Lincoln American Tower: The apartments in Lincoln American Tower bring together the elements of historic integrity and urban residential experience. The floor areas in the units are complimented by large windows and original restored materials. 31 apartments are in the building, each of which is 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom. Learn more
Lowenstein: Originally built in 1885 as one of the South’s leading department stores, this sensitive reconstruction will feature 28 new apartments with ceiling heights from 13’ to 17’. The spacious lifestyle layouts with unusual window openings bring an exciting new dimension to the urban residential setting in Memphis. Learn More
Court Annex 2: CA2 beautifully compliments the historical buildings with modern design and function in a park setting. The dramatic glass facade and three quarter height partitions bring light throughout it's beautiful spaces. CA2 further refines the urban residential experience in downtown Memphis. Read More