Inspired by Our Past.
A Vision for Our Future.
It’s impossible to imagine Savannah without our beloved river. The heart and soul of our community for generations. It’s given us commerce. Shaped our culture. Defined our character. And today, we’re proud to be creating something entirely new and special on the river’s edge. A warm, welcoming and walkable 54-acre gathering place with community parks, curated shops and restaurants, modern offices, luxury hotel rooms and beautiful riverfront residences. We can’t wait to welcome you.
Fully embodying the city’s distinct personality and charm, Eastern Wharf seeks to embrace the established while also creating something completely new and dynamic. Giving residents, business owners, and visitors alike a forward-focused destination to take us all into the future.
Of the River
Embracing the river and all it means to our shared way of life—from industry and commerce to recreation and river-gazing. Eastern Wharf will offer a way to experience our beloved waterway like never before.
Honoring our roots as the “Hostess City of the South”. Ambitiously designed to conjure effortless engagement and graciousness, you’ll feel this unique spirit throughout every touchpoint at Eastern Wharf.
Powering off the laptop. Putting down the smartphone. Turning back time to when “social” meant genuine, face-to-face contact. Perhaps as much as anything else, our goal is for Eastern Wharf to be synonymous with connecting people.
With a meticulous approach to design and programming, Eastern Wharf will have a special energy and way of bringing people together through the artful use of space, color and light that will help the place feel as vibrant as the community. And of course, finding a way to marry it all with the river to maximum effect.
While this destination has been thoughtfully designed to marry seamlessly with the historic district, Eastern Wharf represents a bold step forward for all of Savannah. From technology and transportation to the careful consideration of energy and the environment, the progressive nature of it all will be undeniable.
Our aspiration for Eastern Wharf is to create a community so extraordinary that it transcends the architecture and captures a truly unique sense of place. To give people experiences—in sight, sound, taste, touch and feel—that leave a lasting, inspiring and even poetic imprint.
Behind the Name.
In the early 1800s, the area commonly known as the Eastern Wharves District was a thriving hub of industry. Home to businesses such as A.N. Millers Foundry, Hydraulic Cotton Press Company and the Bullock and Winton Steam Saw Mill., the area saw decades of prosperity that played a key role in the state’s economic growth. And while the wharves eventually gave way to industrial progress, the legacy remains. Today, Eastern Wharf promises to once again be a hotbed for activity along the water’s edge. Historically grounded. Geographically descriptive. Simple and unadorned. Yet full of nostalgia that is so uniquely Savannah. It’s an inspired name we can all embrace.
In the News
Leading By Example: How CRE Companies Are Stepping Up To Help
Following a massive fire that engulfed a nearly completed five-story residential tower construction site at the end of February, developers of the already obstacle-ridden, 54-acre, mixed-use Eastern Wharf project in Savannah, Georgia, were understandably discouraged.
Eastern Wharf developers focused on the future after February fire
Less than two months after a massive fire ripped through the Eastern Wharf development on east President Street, crews are back on site conducting demolition work and readying the multimillion-dollar mixed-use project for future construction work as the developers remain committed to the project and the community.
The Charm, and Challenge, of Savannah
In the annals of lengthy and arduous public reviews, a project along 54 acres of the Savannah River stands out.
Work continues at Savannah’s Eastern Wharf site
There will soon be more than just construction crews at the Eastern Wharf development on President Street as the first residents of Upper East River, the residential portion of the development, move into newly constructed townhomes this month.
First phase of Eastern Wharf Project underway in Savannah
If you’ve recently driven near President Street and General McIntosh Boulevard, you’ve probably seen cranes and construction.
Developer debuts Savannah’s Eastern Wharf residential models
Atlanta-based Patrick Malloy Communities has unveiled plans for Upper East River, the residential component of the Eastern Wharf development just east of the Savannah Marriott.
Retail, apartments, hospitality on tap for Savannah’s Eastern Wharf
For some it’s a reminder of an economy gone south, but for Atlanta-based developers Mariner Group and Regent Partners, the 54-acre former Savannah River Landing site on east President Street is the opportunity of a lifetime.
First phase of Eastern Wharf project kicks off with groundbreaking
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – The landscape is changing in downtown Savannah along the Savannah River. Tuesday was the official groundbreaking for the Eastern Wharf Project, which is the area down near General McIntosh Boulevard and East President Street.
Eastern Wharf project promises new look near Savannah's River Street
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – It was groundbreaking for a project that some in the City of Savannah worried might never happen. But now they say “Eastern Wharf” promises to be bigger and better than they imagined.
Eastern Wharf Project closer to becoming a reality
Savannah, Ga. (WTGS FOX 28) — Savannah City Council agreed Thursday to proceed in Phase 1 of the Eastern Wharf Project, formerly known as the Savannah River Landing.
Joint Venture Unveils $600M Mixed-Use Project in Savannah, Georgia
SAVANNAH, GA. — A joint venture between ELV Associates, Mariner Group and Regent Partners has unveiled the development plans for a $600 million mixed-use project in Savannah.