corner of North Main and Adams, the Claridge house has 17 floors and 200 plus rooms.
It has stood as the focal point of Memphis social life for 3 decades hosting such well-known performers as the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra - and later Elvis Presley in the famous Balinese Room (on the 17th floor with a 180 view of the Mississippi river overlooking Arkansas) and on the Roof Garden.
Originally the luxurious Claridge Hotel, The Claridge House retains all the dignity and elegance that made it a Memphis landmark, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1924, the Claridge was a major center for social and business activity downtown.
Its proximity to the trolley line, business centers, Government Plaza, the riverfront, and Beale Street made it a popular stop for the wealthy and powerful in an age of high style. The convenient location that helped establish the Claridge as a premier location makes it an ideal downtown home today. The Claridge House is moments away from Memphis’ new additions, such as Red Birds Stadium, the Cook Convention Center, FedEx Forum, and medical centers, like St. Jude.
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Claridge House Condominium, 109 North Main, Memphis TN 38103 Memphis TN,
Size: One and two bedrooms
Price Ranges: $69,000 and up