Coming 2017

Urban Rehabilitation | Savannah, GeorgiaWest BroadCurrie Town Ward





Coming 2017

Urban Rehabilitation | Savannah, GeorgiaWest BroadCurrie Town Ward





This full block historic redevelopment project is located in the center of the Savannah’s rapidly reemerging Westside. Once home to some of Savannah’s most well-known businesses including most recently, Thrifty Supply, West Broad has undergone an extensive 3.5 year renovation restoring the project to its heyday appearance. While paying homage to its past, West Broad will move into the future catering to a variety of retail and office tenants looking to capitalize on the energy of the area and proven success of surrounding projects like The Grey, The Savannah Children’s Museum, SCAD Museum and The Ships of the Sea Museum. With large public investments by the city for the Canal Street District and private investments like Plant Riverside underway in the same corridor, West Broad is primed for fantastic activity!

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Hilary Shipley

Colliers International | Savannah

912 662 8013


About the project


West Broad is poised to become the center of commercial activity in Savannah’s rapidly emerging Westside. Located on MLK Boulevard, West Broad also offers frontage on Charlton and West Jones streets. Previously known to all locals as the “Thrifty Building”, West Broad is undergoing revitalization to bring new life into this 55,000 sf complex.


  • All spaces can be renovated to tenants needs

  • 1,200-15,000 sq. ft., starting at $22/sq. ft.

  • Affordable rents

  • In the heart of downtown Savannah

  • Potential shared conference room and business center

  • Mail services

  • WiFi

  • Common restrooms

The ongoing reconstruction work will maintain the historic lines and classic character that have graced Savannah for more than a century, while offering today’s tenants the 21 st century amenities that they expect. West End will become a complementary mix of entertainment, shopping, general business and upscale residences while maintaining its Savannah heritage. All Savannahians will both fondly remember the past and take pride in the present when West Broad’s vision is fulfilled.


  • Culinary

  • Catering

  • Restaurants

  • Commissary Kitchen

  • Not for Profits

  • Education Centers

  • SCAD / Tech Schools

  • Upscale BNB or High end Short Term Rentals

  • Retail

  • Local young designers/makers (jewelry, clothing)

  • Interior and Fashion Design

  • Community Development

  • Technology, Digital Media and Design

  • Gaming Industry

  • Ironyards

  • Architecture and Urban Design

  • Film and Video

  • Cultural Heritage

  • Literary Arts and Publishing

  • Performing and Visual Arts


“I think the reason co-working has taken off so well in the last four to five years in the States is that when the economy bottomed out and people were released from their work, they started being creative about how to find themselves, how to work differently, how to reengineer their lives. I don’t think people are eager to go back to the way it was.”

– Ken Janke, New Urban Network

The West Broad Story

The Flyway Companies are involved in numerous aspects of the construction and real estate industry. They focus on sustainable design models within urban growth corridors. The company offers a range of services from development, commercial and residential construction, real estate acquisition and property management services. Flyway understands the needs of diverse and ever changing urban markets and capitalizes on its ability to self manage a diverse portfolio of real estate services. Flyway aims to retain its core values of good design, sustainable buildings practices and client retention.

Establishing Sottile & Sottile as an international, award-winning urban design and civic architecture practice with its primary focus on civic design and master planning, emphasizing historic research, urban analysis and community-wide engagement. Leading the design of the new SCAD Museum of Art, a historic preservation project that revived the freight sheds of the Central of Georgia Railroad complex, a National Historic Landmark and the only extant antebellum railroad complex in the U.S.