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Poised for new life, why Memphis' tallest building is a 'space worth saving'
When 100 N. Main officially opened in 1965, the skyscraper was frequented by some interesting characters.
Mickey Brown, the first building manager for the tallest building in Memphis, remembers one in particular: attorney Glenn Nash.
“He was a little strange. He was into karate, and one day I heard all this commotion on the floor where the vending machines were," Brown said. "He was karate kicking this machine 'cause it didn't give his money back."
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