A mural painting project, a loan assignment, measures to secure building are latest news about Memphis' tallest building.
The Center City Revenue Finance Corp. (CCRFC) voted Tuesday to allow eligible projects in parts of Midtown and South Memphis to seek 15-year PILOTs.
A Downtown board on Tuesday approved a 20-year partial tax freeze and $6 million loan for redevelopment of the former Wonder Bread bakery.
Edge master plan would draw residents, office workers and businesses to under developed east side of Downtown Memphis.
Community Redevelopment Agency ponders fate of proposal to expand Uptown tax increment financing district.
Project to overhaul Wonder Bread bakery site will bring residents, office workers and businesses to the Edge district in Memphis.
Development Services Group announced plans Tuesday for a more than $70 million redevelopment of buildings including the former Wonder Bread bakery near Downtown Memphis.
A look at conditions in the neighborhood north of the Memphis Medical District.
Cutler Property Group's recent purchase of the Crane Company building at 254 Court is part of push to buy $10 million in Memphis real estate.
Tax incentives were approved Wednesday to help Thomas & Betts expand in East Memphis and Makowsky Ringel Greenberg build 108 Midtown apartments.
Makowsky Ringel Greenberg LLC is seeking a 14-year payment in lieu of taxes from the Economic Development Growth Engine of Memphis and Shelby County.
New apartment development proposed for corner of Madison and McLean in Midtown, seeking partial tax abatement from Economic Development Growth Engine of Memphis and Shelby County.
Center City Development Corp. approves exterior improvement grants for 672 Marshall, 26 S. Main and 55 S. Main.
A change is going to come for buildings on Main Street, near Sun Studio, after Downtown board approves exterior improvement grants
Memphis Music Initiative has leased former fire station, 3 Alarm Studio, as home base for music education outreach to youth.
CFO Jennifer Oswalt gave notice to the Downtown Memphis Commission, but agreed to stay as interim CEO after her boss resigned.
A foreclosure action threatened against owner of Memphis' tallest building, 100 N. Main, was rescheduled to Aug. 16.
Downtown is doling out grants of $100,000 for Wunderlich Securities offices at One Commerce Square and $150,000 to help fix up 47 and 51 S. Main.
The Commercial Appeal will sell its home of nearly 40 years at 495 Union Avenue and relocate, president Mike Jung said.
ServiceMaster opens the first part of its corporate headquarters in Downtown Memphis on Thursday June 15: It's an innovation hub and accelerator.
Memphis-based home services company unveils new innovation at future headquarters at former Peabody Place complex Downtown.
Strong demand for Downtown Memphis apartments pushed Tennessee Brewery developers to pull the trigger on a $12 million next phase sooner than anticipated.
Developers of Tennessee Brewery win tax incentive for next phase, a 130-unit, 4-story apartment building.
For nearly a year the former Benchmark Hotel has sat vacant, gutted and looking bad in the heart of Downtown Memphis, across from The Peabody.
Lack of progress on conversion of old Benchmark Hotel into Fairfield Inn & Suites has stirred concerns from neighbors, Downtown officials in one of Memphis' prime spots for visitors.
Union officials share memories of International Harvester's heyday as UAW hall in Frayser is slated to be sold.
Arrive Hotel at 477 S. Main comes up for design review by Downtown Memphis Commission.
Frayser Community Development Corp. has been awarded $475,000 from the city to start building houses to sell.
The Edge Gets Lit Alley Party is happening in Floyd Alley from noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, part of effort to activate Downtown alleys
The applicant is requesting a use variance and conditional use permit for a building located at 2164 Central Avenue.