Make Your Home in a Memphis Music landmark.

Set in the heart of downtown at the corner of Union Avenue and Main Street, this was the home of the legendary WDIA radio station, a pioneer in American radio history. Icons of Beale Street — B.B. King and Rufus Thomas and Bobby “Blue” Bland — once crossed its thresholds, broadcasting music that put Memphis on the map.

Named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 and renovated in 2008 by Henry Turley Company, Radio Center Flats offers contemporary one- and two-bedroom apartments in this landmark building. Its amenities include:

  • Concrete floors, high ceilings and large windows
  • Access to Flats Fitness Center
  • Secure underground parking
  • City Market Grocery on the ground floor
  • And an exceptional location in downtown’s center

“The broadcasts that emanated from Radio Center shaped the popular culture of Memphis and America for over a half century.”

“Radio Center: A Landmark of American Music” by Hopkins-Oates & Associates

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