Chatham Crescent History

Originally known as the Granger Tract, Chatham Crescent was developed by Harvey Granger. At around 174 acres, it is significantly larger than its predecessor Ardsley Park. The neighborhood design is Beaux Arts which was popular at the time and is characterized by the sweeping crescent and circular parks named for the city officials. The centerpiece is a center mall lined with palmettos and ending at Tiedeman Park, named for the then Mayor of Savannah. Early photographs show very little trees, so the developers planted over 5,000 trees. Today they form tree canopies and shade most of this beautiful neighborhood.


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