Welcome to

Thomas Square

Historic Neighborhood

Savannah, Georgia

Neighborhood Boundaries

After the merger with Metropolitan, the Thomas Square Neighborhood boundaries are from Anderson Lane in the north to Victory Drive in the South, Martin Luther King Blvd. on the west, spanning over to East Broad Street.

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Membership dues for the TSNA are $20 per calendar year. New members who pay after October 1st will have their membership dues roll-over to the next year.

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What’s happening in the

Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District?

Gingerbread House on Bull Street

Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District is now considered one of the most desirable places to live in Savannah, Georgia. Homes are in the late 19th Century styles to include Queen Anne Victorian and Craftsman architecture.

Local businesses thrive the the area, with new ones opening up regularly.

Hip restaurants, bakeries, antiques & vintage shops, designers, art galleries, gastropubs, a food truck park, a brewery, coffee shops and more, attract visitors from all over the world to get a glimpse into “what the locals do” in the Hostess City of the South. In the heart of Thomas Square, is the famous Starland District on the land where the Starland Dairy used to be.

A new highlight in Thomas Square is the African Art Museum, displaying sculptures and historic ceremonial objects in an early-1900s house.

African Art Museum

Thomas Square


Designated a National Register Historic District in 1997, the Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District contains a collection of historic, intact residential, commercial, and community buildings associated with the Thomas Square Neighborhood.

Communication is KEY

to keeping the historic fabric of the Thomas Square Streetcar Historic District Neighborhood.