Centrally located between bustling Downtown and the wide open spaces of Shelby Farms Park, the neighborhood is home to around 4,000 Memphians, who reside in approximately 1,800 single-family homes that were built in the Minimal Traditional style during the 1940s and 50s. Property values in High Point Terrace are some of the highest per square foot in Memphis.
High Point Terrace has its own shopping center where locals pick up essentials at High Point Grocery and dine at High Point Pizza, but the neighborhood lacks the kind of commercial corridor seen in other communities; however, residents are in close proximity to the University District’s Highland Strip, Poplar Plaza and other shopping and dining districts.
Centrally located between bustling Downtown and the wide open spaces of Shelby Farms Park, the neighborhood is home to around 4,000 Memphians. High Point Terrace is known for hosting a neighborhood Fourth of July parade every year that draws people from all over the city.
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