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100 N. Main RFP

Prime Development Opportunity. Learn more here.

Groove On-Demand

$1.25 per ride througout the CBID. Book a ride from your phone, get picked up in minutes. Learn more!

Yoga On the River with Yoga Kickback!

Free Yoga with a hundred or so friends! Best views in town! We’re in! Join us!

Meeting Agendas and Board Minutes

Board meetings are normally held at the DMC offices at 114 North Main. A standard board meetings schedule is provided via the link below, but all meetings are subject to being rescheduled.

  • DMC Board meets the fourth Thursday of every month, with the exception of January-May, when meetings are the fourth Friday of each month. Meetings are held at 9 am
  • Center City Development Corporation meets the third Wednesday of every month at 9 am
  • Center City Revenue Finance Corporation meets the second Tuesday of every month at 9 am
  • Design Review Board meets the first Wednesday of every month at 4 pm
  • Downtown Mobility Authority meets quarterly on the third Wednesday at 4 pm

Meeting agendas and materials are posted prior to each meeting.

Meetings Schedule

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DOWNTOWN HEADLINES

100 N Main Proposals

Posted on 9/14/21

Brett Roler, VP of Planning & Development at the Downtown Memphis Commission talks 100 N Main redevelopment proposals with NewsTalk 98.9 Memphis Morning News with Ditch, Bob, and Jeff Brightwell. Listen now! Or learn more here.  

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Beale Street Artcrawl Festival Returns Saturday

Posted on 8/19/21

Vicky Love, self-proclaimed science geek and art collector, looked for an art crawl after moving back to Memphis from Nashville. Something not as big and glamorous as River Arts Fest, but a cozy, independent artist pop-up fair working symbiotically with local businesses. “I told myself, ‘They don’t have an art crawl in Memphis? I’m going […]

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