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Mid-South Community College to Name $9M Renewable Energy Center after Congressman Marion Berry; Serenity Towers at Midtown Memphis to Get Makeover

Mid-South Community College to Name $9M Renewable Energy Center after Congressman Marion Berry; Serenity Towers at Midtown Memphis to Get Makeover

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Mid-South Community College recently announced it will name its newest facility in honor of retired Congressman Marion Berry, as an acknowledgment of his efforts to direct more than $55 million to Eastern Arkansas for educational and [...]…

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Downtown Historic Building Redeveloped into Mixed-Use Community

Downtown Historic Building Redeveloped into Mixed-Use Community

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Henry Turley Co. is preparing to deliver a new mixed-use complex, the latest addition to its 214-unit portfolio known as the Downtown Memphis Flats. Downtown Memphis Flats consists of five unique properties, all situated on or near [...]…

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Elvis Presley Boulevard Could Benefit From $50M Revitalization Project

Elvis Presley Boulevard Could Benefit From $50M Revitalization Project

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Southland Park Gaming & Racing in West Memphis, Ark. has announced it will kick off a $10 million renovation project in December, as part of a plan to expand its gaming and hospitality facilities. Southland Park Gaming [...]…

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Education Realty Trust to Break Ground on Student Housing Adjacent to CU-Boulder

Education Realty Trust to Break Ground on Student Housing Adjacent to CU-Boulder

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Education Realty Trust Inc., one of America’s largest owners, developers and managers of collegiate housing, announced the closing of three deals including two acquisitions and one collegiate housing development, according to the Memphis Business Journal. EDR [...]…

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National Cotton Council of America to be Redeveloped into Apartments

National Cotton Council of America to be Redeveloped into Apartments

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor The National Cotton Council of America headquarters on North Parkway is one step closer to being redeveloped into a multi-housing community. Standard Builders Inc., a Memphis-based company dealing with commercial and industrial construction, has filed a [...]…

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The Preserve at Southwind Sold for $22.2M; FAA/Memphis International Airport Complete $72M High-Tech Tower

The Preserve at Southwind Sold for $22.2M; FAA/Memphis International Airport Complete $72M High-Tech Tower

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Memphis-based Fogelman Venture Partners has teamed up with DRA Advisors LLC, a New York company holding over $9 billion in assets under management, to purchase the Preserve at Southwind for $22.2 million. The 306-unit residential community is [...]…

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Loeb Properties Reveals New Redevelopment Plans for Overton Square

Loeb Properties Reveals New Redevelopment Plans for Overton Square

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Loeb Properties, a Memphis-based commercial real estate firm, recently revealed new plans for the revitalization of Overton Square, designed to transform a once-vibrant area into a theater, art and entertainment district. Overton Square is an area of [...]…

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Education Realty Trust and NewSouth Capital Management to Occupy Ridgeway Center

Education Realty Trust and NewSouth Capital Management to Occupy Ridgeway Center

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Boyle Investment Co. has recently closed on two new long-term office leases that will bring Ridgeway Center’s occupancy to 95 percent. Education Realty Trust and NewSouth Capital Management are to join other notable tenants of the [...]…

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Poplar Plaza Boasts New Tenants; Greyhound Terminal on Sale for $2.3M

Poplar Plaza Boasts New Tenants; Greyhound Terminal on Sale for $2.3M

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Poplar Plaza is currently undergoing several changes that are expected to boost its occupancy up to 98 percent from the current 88 percent, according to the Daily News. The 360,000-square-foot outdoor strip mall sits on 28 [...]…

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Magnolia Homes boasts new community in Collierville

Magnolia Homes boasts new community in Collierville

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor Collierville emerges once more as one of Memphis’ strongest submarkets as new housing projects are coming to fruition. Germantown, Tenn.-based Magnolia Homes is currently working on its newest development in the heart of Collierville, called Village Park. [...]…

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Beale Street Landing Project Brings the American Queen to Memphis

Beale Street Landing Project Brings the American Queen to Memphis

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor The Riverfront Development Corp., a non-profit organization committed to reshaping the Memphis riverfront and turning it into an outdoor recreational venue, is making efforts to keep the Beale Street Landing project on track. With financing coming from [...]…

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Methodist to Break Ground on Olive Branch Hospital; International Paper to Buy Rival in $4.3B Deal

Methodist to Break Ground on Olive Branch Hospital; International Paper to Buy Rival in $4.3B Deal

By Amalia Otet, Associate Editor With seven hospitals, several home health agencies and outpatient clinics to serve the Mid-South, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is set on further expansion. Its latest plans include the opening of a new hospital in Olive Branch [...]…

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