The two-bedroom condominiums offer tremendous value for the square footage. The layouts maximize living areas and bedrooms while also providing enough smart-sized closet space for storage and comfortable, updated kitchen and bathroom amenities. Entertain and impress your guests in these units with plenty of room for everyone to mingle in the kitchen that flows beautifully into the spacious greatroom.
Our homes, apartments, lofts and commercial properties are located in Augusta, Georgia’s historic downtown and “Hill” neighborhoods. We specialize in lovingly restored historic buildings and homes. Our buildings and homes are convenient to GRU, Ft. Gordon, Plant Vogtle and the Savannah River Site. For more information call or email us at (706)722-4962 & firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adelle Dennis specializes in historic properties, riverfront homes, and all neighborhoods of character and distinction. An Augusta native with strong ties to the community, Adelle has served as a member of the Richmond County Historic Preservation Commission and on the Summerville Neighborhood Association board. She looks forward to using her skills, experience, and knowledge of area neighborhoods, to help buyers and sellers alike in the Augusta she knows best.
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Paul King has been working with home buyers and sellers in downtown Augusta for over 30-years. Experienced with all the fun and convenience of downtown living, he looks forward to sharing his excitement for the JB Whites Building rehabilitation with buyers and agents.
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Augusta, Georgia was founded in 1735 as part of the British colony of Georgia, under the supervision of colony founder James Oglethorpe. It was the colony’s second established town, after Savannah. Today, Augusta is the second-largest city in Georgia, and the largest city of the Central Savannah River Area. Augusta, Georgia was first used by Native Americans as a place to cross the Savannah River, because of Augusta’s location on the fall line.
In 1736 , two years after James Oglethorpe founded Savannah, he sent a detachment of troops on a journey up the Savannah River. He gave them an order to build at the head of the navigable part of the river. The job fell into the hands of Noble Jones, who created the settlement to provide a first line of defense against the Spanish and theFrench. Oglethorpe then named the town Augusta, in honor of Princess Augusta, wife of Frederick, Prince of Wales. The town was laid out on the flat slopes of the Savannah River, just east of the sand hills that would come to be known as Summerville. The townspeople got along peacefully most of the time with the surrounding tribes of Creek and Cherokee Indians.
In 1739, construction began on a road to connect Augusta to Savannah. This made it possible for people to reach Augusta by horse, rather than by boat, and more people began to migrate inland to Augusta. Later, in 1750, Augusta’s first church, Saint Paul’s, was built near Fort Augusta. It became the leader of the local parish. While slavery was originally banned in the colony by James Oglethorpe, it soon became an integral part of Georgia’s history. Under Georgia’s new constitution, a new political structure was laid out in 1777; Augusta’s parish government was replaced by a county government, Richmond County, named after the Duke of Richmond.
The JB Whites Building offers several design packages to allow for that personalized touch. With just seventeen homes per floor, each residence is unique and private.
- City chic design
- Open floor plans with soaring ceilings
- Smart-sized studios
- Spacious three, two, and one bedroom floor plans
- Wood floors in living room, kitchen, and bedrooms
- Large kitchen with granite countertops and stainless appliances
- Ceramic tile and granite countertops in baths
- Overnight security guard
- Beautiful tall windows for endless natural light
- Energy efficient appliances and HVAC
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From secure gated parking, to foyer entry control, to building-wide integrated video camera systems, the JB White’s Building offers residents the latest in security
Parking access is controlled by proximity card (card key) as are the elevator lobbies. Misplace your card key? No problem, access the private lobby using your cell phone. Cell phone access to the elevator lobby allows residents to provide entry for guests and delivery men even when the resident is away from the building.
Building monitoring includes cameras for all commons spaces and the human element, security personnel for evening coverage. A security personnel tracking system further ensures full building-wide coverage by the uniformed staff. Want more convenience? The JB Whites Building offers residents up-to-date news and weather outside of each elevator lobby. Not sure what the weather is outside? While you wait for your ride, you will be able to know weather you should run back to your home for a jacket or umbrella.