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Target Corp.Chooses Memphis for the Development of $50M Online Fulfillment Center
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty and Target Corporation just announced that Memphis has been chosen for the development of a new, 900,000-square-foot , online fulfillment center. Target will be investing almost $50 million in the new facility, which will bring more than 400 jobs in Shelby County. The new facility, which has been slated to be operational by mid-2015, will be managed by Innotrac and will service the Southeast United States. Hiring is set to begin early 2015.
Unilever Announces $108M Expansion; Olive Branch Gets 25KSF HomeGoods
The Greater Memphis Area is about to be one retail option richer, with a HomeGoods store set to open in early October in the submarket if Olive Branch.
Tennessee Gets Greener One Bike Path at a Time
Following Memphis’ recent announcement to build out an extensive green bike lane network, came this week’s news from the Tennessee Governor’s Office and the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) of allocating a $399,619 grant to the town of Atoka, some miles north of Memphis
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