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‘Central Ave. Arts Corridor’ to get boost from new music center
By Tom Bailey/ The Daily Memphian


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The $40 million building housing a state-of-the-art concert hall, class spaces, rehearsal rooms and recording studios should start rising before Christmas at 3800 Central... The 90,000-square-foot Scheidt Family Music Center should be completed by spring 2021.
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The Falls mixed-use commercial project moving forward in Arlington
By Michael Waddell/ The Daily Memphian


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...new $45 million The Falls commercial development on the southwest corner of Milton Wilson Boulevard and Airline Road... Plans include a 15-bay strip shopping center along with two large operators in stand-alone buildings, (11) 6,000-square-foot office buildings making up a medical office park and a 60,000-square-foot assisted-living facility.
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Six-story apartment building, pedestrian bridge en route to Pinch District
By Jacob Steimer – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal

"ALSAC is moving forward on a six-story, 140-unit apartment building that would be connected to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital campus via a pedestrian bridge.
The building would host St. Jude patients and their families and would be located on 2.2 acres just across Third Street from Tri Delta Place, which serves a similar role, according to ALSAC's recent application to the Memphis and Shelby County Board of Adjustment. A two-story, 99-space parking garage would also be included in the development."


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Huge distribution facility linked to Amazon planned in Frayser
By Jacob Steimer – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


"It appears Amazon is expanding its Memphis presence.

Atlanta-based Seefried Industrial Properties filed a zoning application to construct a five-story distribution facility with 2,000 parking spaces in Frayser. On the application, the tenant is referred to as "Project Iris," and the development as "AR SORT FC."

"The Memphis facility be located just north of the Nike North America Logistics Campus, on New Allen Road."


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Construction of $30 million wellness, recreation center at U of M nears
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The University of Memphis will break ground on a $30 million Center for Wellness & Fitness next month adjacent to the new Hunter Harrison pedestrian cable bridge/ Alumni Mall Amphitheater and 1,140-space parking garage on Southern Avenue. The two-story, 74,000-square-foot facility is tentatively slated to open in spring 2021... The existing Student Recreation & Fitness Center will continue to operate along with the new facility, but it, too, will add several improvements, most notably the $10 million Mike Rose Natatorium, involving a complete renovation of the existing pool. The renovation will create a deeper, longer pool more conducive to lap swimming, and a new warm-water leisure pool.
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Work underway for $15M Memphis Business Academy project
By Susan Ellis – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


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This new Memphis STEM Academy, will occupy 60 percent of the 56,000 square-foot space, while the remainder will be retail. Cherokee Health Clinic will in the center.
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West Memphis to study possibility of waterpark, movie theater, shopping district
By Corey Davis – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


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I visited Memphis for the first time last week. I think the city is underrated, has a lot of potential. Jealous that your streetcars have protected right of way. And it is awesome that they shut down Beale Street for pedestrians I think Broadway in Nashville could benefit from this. Overall, I feel like Memphis does a great job with pedestrian connectivity...it was easy to walk everywhere.

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I visited Memphis for the first time last week. I think the city is underrated, has a lot of potential. Jealous that your streetcars have protected right of way. And it is awesome that they shut down Beale Street for pedestrians I think Broadway in Nashville could benefit from this. Overall, I feel like Memphis does a great job with pedestrian connectivity...it was easy to walk everywhere.
Thank you for sharing your great pics! Hope you enjoyed your first time in Memphis.
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I loved looking down off the New Bridge on my way back to NWA and seeing see two of the big passenger paddlewheelers docked.
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Why Memphis airport's improved credit rating might lead to more flights
By Corey Davis – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


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Moody's Investors Service upgraded the MSCAA's general airport revenue bonds to A2 and has modified MSCAA's rating outlook from positive to stable. Last May, S&P Global Ratings raised the MSCAA's long-term and underlying rating from A- to A, and Kroll issued its first rating of MSCAA at A+.
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Enplanements continue to rise at airport
By Corey Davis – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


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Enplanements at MEM increased by 14,901, or 7.5 percent, in July year-over-year — from 198,889 to 213,790, according to the latest figures released by the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority. Additionally, the airport has seen year-over-year passenger growth in recent months, including 9.1 percent in March; 2 percent in April; 8 percent in May; and 4.1 percent in June.
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Construction: $33M permit filed for Downtown office project
By Meagan Nichols – Associate Editor, Memphis Business Journal


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...for the renovation of the former Gibson Guitar building into the headquarters for FedEx Logistics. Grinder, Taber & Grinder Inc. was listed as the contractor. A $2.5 million building permit was also submitted for the renovation back in April... Somera and the Orgels also own a parking lot across from the Gibson where the Clipper — a planned nine-story office space above a 10-floor parking garage and 20,000 square feet of retail — is set to be built. That development is also expected to eventually house additional FedEx Logistics employees. Within the next five years, FedEx Logistics plans to locate more than 650 employees in the former Gibson space.
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Orgel development group makes pitch for $23M Front Street renovation
By Greg Akers – Editor-in-Chief, Memphis Business Journal


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...plan calls for 112 apartments; two commercial/retail spaces in 5,300 square feet; and 61 underground parking spaces.
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Why Memphis airport's improved credit rating might lead to more flights
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Enplanements continue to rise at airport
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Some noticed that on some days in Sept, AA was flying two of the three DCA flights on mainline aircraft(A319). Hopefully the recently announced LAX service gets extended past the Holidays.

The low costs and market potential has to make MEM attractive to a potential start up like Moxy. Kinda like the gold Southwest found in dehubbed Nashvegas and St. Louis.
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New East Memphis hotel proposed near International Paper, residences
By Tom Bailey/ The Daily Memphian


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A developer proposes to build a five-story, 98-room hotel in East Memphis, next to International Paper headquarters as well as a residential subdivision. Germantown-based Jason Crews Partnership filed an application to amend a 25-year-old planned development to allow a Residence Inn by Marriott on Massey Road, about 185 yards north of Poplar Avenue. A vacant office building now stands on the 1.43-acre site.
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Adaptive reuse projects proposed to fill key Downtown vacancies
By Wayne Risher/ The Daily Memphian


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Long-empty historic buildings on South Main at Union and in Cotton Row are in line for public incentives for adaptive reuse projects featuring apartments on upper floors and street-level commercial.
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Huge Southaven laboratory could mean more than 300 jobs
By Jacob Steimer – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


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Spectra Laboratories is preparing to open a 200,000-square-foot lab in Southaven’s Stateline Business Park... Spectra, a subsidiary of Germany-based Fresenius Medical Care, currently operates labs in Milpitas, California, and Rockleigh, New Jersey.
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New apartment building planned for Cooper Young
By Jacob Steimer – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


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A group of investors is developing 34 apartments and 12,000 square feet of office space in Cooper Young... $8.2 million project
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Uptown brewery receives more public funds; new St. Jude parking garages on the way
By Jacob Steimer – Staff Reporter, Memphis Business Journal


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Historic Uptown site to become event center
By Tom Bailey/ The Daily Memphian


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Few Memphians likely are aware of the old Tri State Iron Works building in Uptown. But its stature should grow – by up to 300 to 400 people at a time – after Billy Orgel and his partners finish a $2.5 million renovation. The 28,000-square-foot building... First- and second-floor office spaces at the building’s northwest corner, fronting Keel and Front, will be leased separately to other commercial tenants... Activating that corner is important because it adjoins the site of the future Snuff District, a $195 million mixed-use development of 550 apartments, 75,000 square feet of office space, 15,000 square feet of retail, 50 single-family homes, a river walk and park area.
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