Arlington Properties’ management footprint in Mobile, Ala., just got a little larger, with the addition of three new historic apartment communities in the downtown – midtown area.

These communities, owned by Birmingham’s OG Capital, include Garden District, Azalea Court, and The Mallory.

“It’s a pleasure to once again represent OG Capital, this time, in the Mobile market,” said Donna Rock, regional vice president, Arlington Properties. “It’s also exciting to continue to grow our presence in Mobile with these recent additions. The historical element of all three properties built between 1928 and 1941, brings uniqueness in design-style, while emphasizing a charming character specific to each location.”

The three properties are as follows:


Built in 1941, Garden District exudes historic 19th-century charm and character. Period architectural features can be noted throughout the one and two-bedroom apartment homes with original hardwood floors, many, with classic black and white tile. Located at 1053 Government Street, the property is surrounded by 100-year oak trees. Other features include enclosed terraces with garden-style gates, a double courtyard in the center of the property, and lush foliage.


Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Azalea Court is a Spanish Colonial Revival-style three-story apartment building with ambiance and historic charm. Designed by architect J. Platt Roberts in 1928, the exterior design features stunning ivy-covered archways and courtyards. Much care has been taken to maintain Azalea Court’s historical integrity. Restored architectural details in these one and two-bedroom homes can be noted throughout the property, to include, hardwood floors, windows, and stairways. Located at 1820 Airport Blvd.


Adding to the quaintness of Azalea Court, The Mallory is located directly across the street. With an era-flair, the small community will undergo a renovation plan to bring it in line with the design vision of all three properties. The goal is to offer a variety of options to residents and to maintain the historical pulse in the Downtown – Midtown area of Mobile.