D’Iberville is a neighborhood of historic apartment homes located on 21 lush acres in midtown Mobile, Alabama.
The grounds are surrounded by several antebellum homes and a centuries-old monastary that is still in use today. At the turn of the 19th century, many Mobilians had summer homes and cottages beneath the cooling shade of the giant old oaks and mature foliage that grace the landscape.
Built in 1942 to the designs of noted architects Harry Pemleton and Aurelius Augustus Evans, the homes were constructed in the Minimal Traditionalist style. They are notable for their significance to Mobile’s planning and development during WWII – a time of significant growth in the city. The homes were added to the National Register of Historic Places on Sept. 3, 2004.
D’Iberville is still owned and operated by the Evans family.
D’Iberville Apartment Homes are truly unique – from the original hardwood flooring to the award-winning architecture and landscaping, the larger than average one and two bedroom homes are full of character and classic charm.