Come home to vibrant living. With many housing types available, you can make your home here.
Downtown Statesboro is a blend of historic southern charm and a smart college town vibe. A number of gracious buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places, restored and redefining contemporary living.
You’re within walking distance of great restaurants and shops, the galleries and stage of the Averitt Center for the Arts, a wide range of businesses and services, the Statesboro Public Library and Georgia Southern University’s City Campus E-Zone. The McTell Trail – a beautiful one mile greenway – connects Downtown to the Georgia Southern University campus.
It’s a neighborhood where you see professionals strolling to work, young families off to busy days, and long-time residents enjoying the energy of newcomers.
Just name your style. Interested in the eclectic chic of a studio loft in a historic building? They’re here – with up to 1700 square feet of living space. Dreaming of a single-family home with a gracious southern accent? Come take a look.
Discover downtown living in our historic downtown district. Our lofts vary from one,two and three bedroom units each with unique character and southern charm. They are conveniently located withing walking distance to restaurants, boutiques, professional offices and a trail in the heart of our Statesboro community. For more information pleas contact the the DSDA 912-764-7227 or mainstreet@statesborodowntown.
The Statesboro community is proud to support our local Police Department and Fire Department. Every day these brave men and women put on their uniform not knowing what event will unfold with one goal in mind, to serve and protect. In appreciation for their sacrifice and service the Downtown Statesboro Development Authority, DSDA, along with community partners are working on neighborhood revitalization projects in the downtown area. We are working hard to turn neglected rental property into proud home ownership. With this in mind, we plan to start the project by making the first few homes affordable dwellings for our public servants.