Commercial Appeal. September 2, 2020. Memphis real estate developer Gabriel Velasquez filed a $1.5 million permit Tuesday to redevelop a vacant property at 64 S. Main St. into a mixed-use “lifestyle hub” for the neighborhood. Velasquez previously said the project could include offices and co-working spaces, rental spaces for pop-up shops, a boutique fitness center with gym equipment and group classes and eateries.
Daily Memphian. August 23,2020. The Orpheum will return to showing movies, starting Aug. 28 with “Cast Away,” the 2000 film in which Tom Hanks plays a FedEx executive stranded on an island after a plane crash.
The Daily Memphian. August 12,2020. A growing, Memphis-based ceramic business needs more space and plans to move to Downtown’s South Main from the Broad Avenue Arts District. Paper & Clay will lease 525 S. Main and seeks a $30,000 Retail Tenant Improvement Grant from the Center City Development Corp.
The Daily Memphian, July 22, 2020. A zoning exception for South Main District’s historic Nylon Net Building was unanimously approved…
Commercial Appeal. July 21, 2020. Wiseacre opened their new 40,000-square-foot brewery and taproom in the South Main District…
Memphis Business Journal. July 15, 2020. A new grocery delivery service, Bluff City Greens, has launched in Downtown and South Memphis.
Memphis Flyer. July 8, 2020. Spencer Coplan, owner of Wok’n in Memphis, to launch online grocery store.
Out of respect for our community, we have made the decision to postpone our State of Downtown Annual Meeting and Vision Awards set for Wednesday evening.
Downtown residents will now have easy access to recycling as bins will be placed at 78 W Carolina Ave in South Main. Recycling officially begins on April 17, 2017.