Lauren Tomhave has been a resident of the Landmark Historic District of Savannah, Georgia for over 14 years. She purchased, designed and renovated a 4,000 square foot loft space in the historic Derst Baking Company building, circa 1890. She knows architecture, and specializes in all areas of Savannah Real Estate from the Historic District, Ardsley area, Baldwin Park, to the Islands. Lauren comes from a background in art and design, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Sculpture, as well as a Bachelor of Science Degree in Fashion Merchandising. Lauren is a continuing member of the Distinguished Sales Society, an award given by the Savannah Area Board of Realtors to agents with annual sales of $1,000,000 and over. She is a top Producer at Celia Dunn and a graduate of the Georgia Realtor Institute, an intensive course providing in-depth knowledge and technical skills as well as the fundamentals of real estate. She earned the SFR designation as a short sale and foreclosure resource. Lauren is active in the community. She has served as past chairperson of the Silent and Live Auction Committee for the Cathedral Heritage Ball, which netted over $90,000 to benefit the Cathedral Endowment Fund. She is a Eucharistic minister and also regular volunteer at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, a landmark in Savannah. Lauren is a member of the Telfair Museum of Art, the Corinthian Society of the Savannah College of Art and Design, the Downtown Neighborhood Association, and the Historic Savannah Foundation. Lauren is an active supporter of the Savannah Film Festival, the Savannah Music Festival, and hosts an annual party for the classical musicians. She is past President of the Oglethorpe Row Condominium Association and continues on the architectural board. She and her husband, a retired physician, are avid collectors of art, and share an interest in wine.