Historic Character ~ Modern Amenities
Dixon Park Apartments
Claim your spot and be one of the first residents in Savannah’s newest historic property renovation. Enjoy landscaped, shared courtyards and be part of a mixed-use, energetic community. Dixon Park Apartments are part of the East Henry and Broad Street Redevelopment project — a historic Savannah community featuring beautiful landscaping, renovated mixed-use duplexes and newly built (or restored) townhomes. Conveniently located across from Dixon Park — the perfect place to walk a pet or enjoy a stroll. Be apart of Savannah’s newest historic neighborhood renewal.
History of Dixon Park
Compared to most places in Savannah, Dixon Park is a rather contemporary location. Built on November 1st, 1979, the park is dedicated to James Montgomery Dixon (1894–1920) and his family for their dedication to public service for the city of Savannah and Tybee Island.
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- Blowing Smoke
- The Foundry
- Cotton & Rye
- Mother Matilda Beasley Park
- Forsyth Park
The Dixon Park Apartments - your home awaits...
Upgrades include modern kitchens with high-end appliances, restored hardwood floors, contemporary lighting, in-unit washer dryer, parking, and security system. The Dixon Park Apartments are located across from Dixon Park at the intersection of East Henry Street and East Broad Street adjacent to Savannah’s National Historic District — easily accessible to downtown, the Truman Parkway, Forsyth Park, Tybee, midtown, restaurants and grocery markets.