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ELLIS SQUARE: A VIBRANT HUB OF COMMERCE AND CULTURE

One of Savannah’s four original squares, Ellis Square was first named Decker Square after one of Georgia’s original Trustees and was later renamed Ellis Square in honor of Henry Ellis, the colony’s second Royal Governor.

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TELFAIR SQUARE: AN EPICENTER OF ART AND CULTURE

Located on Barnard Street just south of Broughton Street, Telfair Square is rightly known as one of Savannah’s great cultural centers, hosting two of the three facilities owned and operated by Telfair Museums.

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WHITEFIELD SQUARE BLENDS HISTORY AND BEAUTY

The last of Savannah’s squares to be laid out, Whitefield Square was originally designed in 1851. Its namesake, George Whitefield, served as the founder of Methodism and one of the first ministers in the colony of Georgia. Locally, Whitefield is best known for establishing the Bethesda Home For Boys, a former orphanage that is still in existence today as a private, independent boy’s school for grades 6-12.

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PULASKI SQUARE: A WALKABLE NEIGHBORHOOD OASIS

Pulaski Square may not be one of Savannah’s better-known squares, but its tranquil neighborhood feeling makes it one of the most livable downtown experiences for today’s homebuyer.

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