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Archer Custom Builders

431 South Main, Suite 301

Memphis, TN 38103

ph. (901) 575-3187

fx. (901) 575-3189

Property Development

Archer Custom Builders has a passion for restoring old buildings and giving them new life and purpose. In addition to working with our clients to execute their projects, our company continues to invest in properties in the downtown Memphis area. Having purchased and restored several buildings in the South Main district, these properties now serves as valuable commercial real estate. We specialize in retaining the original character of these old buildings, while providing useful, beautiful spaces for modern businesses.
 

387 South Main Street

Memphis, Tennessee

Contractor: Tom Archer, Archer Custom Builders 

 

This property is now home to several businesses, including both a retail shop and a salon. Stock & Belle is a lifestyle store featuring men's and women's clothing, shoes, and accessories, as well as furniture, art, and Dr. Bean's Coffee & Tea Emporium. Upstairs, the building houses Salon 387, a full service salon and barber offering cut and style services, as well as chemical treatments, extensions, waxing, and makeup.

431 South Main Street

Memphis, Tennessee

Contractor: Tom Archer, Archer Custom Builders 
Architect: John Jones, John Harrison Jones Architect

This former warehouse structure has been redeveloped into office spaces as Bluff 4 Properties. The building is now home to our Archer Custom Builders office, as well as office space for several other tenants, including John Harrison Jones Architect, Walk Cook & Lakey PLC, designshop, Valeo Marketing, and Disciple Design

136 Webster Avenue

Memphis, Tennessee

Contractor: Tom Archer, Archer Custom Builders

Architect: Colin McDoniel, Dicot Architecture 

Our most recent undertaking, this former warehouse structure was built in 1920, originally serving as a grocer warehouse.  Located right off of South Main Street, 136 Webster Avenue was acquired by Archer in 2016, and the building is currently being redeveloped and renovated. We have partnered with CEO and owner of Castle Retail Group, Rick James, to bring a long-awaited grocery store to downtown Memphis later in 2021.

Rick James, a grocery veteran of 45 years, will soon begin the process of completing the first floor of the building that once housed Liberty Cash Grocers, Inc. “I have had an eye toward downtown for 20+ years, waiting for the population and location to make the venture favorable,” James said. “This site is perfect for our needs and will serve a growing
population in the south end of downtown.”

The second floor will be the new home to the administrative offices of Freedom Prep Charter Schools

136 Webster Avenue Rendering

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136 Webster Avenue Rendering