A Dream No Longer
The 31 residences of The Junction at West Hill stand proudly at the heart of Pensacola’s iconic Belmont- DeVilliers district, just five blocks from Palafox Street and downtown Pensacola. It’s a historically relevant neighborhood with a storied past of music, culture and art, on the brink of becoming one of Pensacola’s most coveted new addresses.
Established at the turn of the century, Belmont-DeVilliers rose to become the epicenter of the black entertainment community, peaking during the ‘40’s and ‘50’s when performers Ike and Tina Turner, James Brown, B.B. King and Louis Armstrong could be heard at the Bunny Club at 500 West Belmont (now the DeVilliers Cultural and Heritage Museum).
Here you’ll find a culturally-rich arts district with a mix of innovative companies and small, independently-owned businesses, just a short walk or bike ride from memorable meals, congenial drinks, groceries, the Community Maritime Park, Palafox Market, theatres, parks, galleries and nightlife.
Blending old with new, the local development team at A Door Properties have designed a classic Craftsman style exterior with contemporary interiors and high-end finishes to create a residential community that is distinctive and modern yet stays true to the legendary neighborhood for which it’s named.
Welcome to West Hill
When planning this residential community, we spent considerable time studying the Belmont-DeVilliers Neighborhood Land Use Plan. However, our most important resources were the Belmont-DeVilliers residents who so kindly shared with us the history of West Hill and their hopes, dreams and vision for its prosperity. It is through them that the name “The Junction at West Hill” was born.