Historic Victory Drive is lined with palm trees to memorialize fallen WWI soldiers. Primarily one and two story dwellings line the circumference of Daffin Park. Stretching several blocks from Waters Avenue to Bee Road, the beautiful overhanging oak trees add ambience to the environment.
Donned with tree-lined streets, Ardsley Park is Savannah's first suburb. Located south of Victory Drive to Columbus Drive, this area is one of the favorite neighborhoods for families and young professionals. Ardsley Park includes many multi story and single level units within walking distance to district schools.
Thomas Square neighborhood has great examples of many different residential style architectures. The electric streetcar traveled south along Whitaker Street to open the area for development around the turn of the century. Now Thomas Square is one of the city's largest revitalization projects in the area of Anderson to 37th Street.
The Starland area specializes in architectural and historical preservation in and around the old Starland Dairy building at Bull and 40th. It has the city's only free leash less dogpark and an array of art galleries and coffee shops within walking distance.
Savannah's midtown encompasses tightly knit and welcoming community is lined with sidewalks and streetlights. Not far from the Southside, Midtown is removed enough from the heavy traffic associated with a city like atmosphere. Midtown runs from DeRenne Avenue north to Columbus Drive.