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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.
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Posted on 7/5/22
Penelope Huston has had a significant hand in the resurgence of the city core through her role as VP of Communications, Marketing, and Events for the Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC). Huston oversees a DMC team that expects to host, sponsor, and produce more than 250 events in 2022 — 200 of them free. What many […]Read Morekeyboard_arrow_right
Posted on 7/5/22
According to Rent Cafe, Memphis was one of the country’s most competitive rental markets last year. “We know that residential apartment occupancy is at about 95% Downtown,” said Paul Young, president of the Downtown Memphis Commission. “We know that demand continues to be high for apartments.”Read Morekeyboard_arrow_right
Posted on 2/8/22
Joint statement from City of Memphis and Downtown Memphis Commission: While we are disappointed that Loews Hotels will not be coming to Memphis as planned, we remain encouraged by the continued growth of the industry, particularly in our Downtown core. With the recent success of several hotels opening downtown, including the Hyatt Centric and a […]Read Morekeyboard_arrow_right
Posted on 1/25/22
The Downtown Memphis Commission has selected a local development group to move forward with efforts to redevelop 100 N. Main. The development group, 100 N. Main Development Partners, consists of Kevin Woods, Billy Orgel, Jay Lindy, Adam Slovis and Michael McLaughlin.Read Morekeyboard_arrow_right