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Hattiloo Theatre to Expand With Development Center

Hattiloo Theatre is expanding with a $750,000 addition 18 months after the black repertory theater company opened in Overton Square.

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Crosstown Concourse construction exceeds minority contract ‘commitment’

A1 Electrical is among 32 minority and women-owned businesses that received, in total, 29 percent of the construction spending, project leaders revealed last week.

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Loeb converting 'prime' Poplar location into office space

Once a bank, a Poplar Avenue building is about to be repurposed into office space.

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Construction: $15 million permit filed for the Church Health Center

A building permit filed for the Church Health Center is a reminder of the significant and continuing work happening at the Crosstown Concourse.

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Construction: Permit filed for International Paper

A building permit valued at more than a half a million dollars was recently filed for International Paper's corporate headquarters.

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Orion credit union seeks permit to build Medical Center branch

Orion Federal Credit Union has applied for a building permit to start work on a new branch at 821 Poplar at Dunlap in the Memphis Medical District.

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Rhodes starting $3.7 million renovation of Briggs Hall

Rhodes College's general contractor, Grinder, Taber & Grinder, has filed for a construction permit on a $3.7 million renovation of Briggs Hall.

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Bass Berry’s Downtown Office to Get $2.1M Makeover

The Downtown Memphis office of Bass, Berry & Sims PLC is about to undergo a $2.1 million interior renovation.

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Concourse on course: Crosstown developers showcase progress

The vast Central Atrium - 6,000 square feet of floor space that soars 114 feet high - may be the glossiest of Crosstown Concourse's many architectural treats.

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Halloran Centre grand opening scheduled for September 23

A little more than 18 months after ground was broken, the Halloran Centre for Performing Arts and Education will hold its grand opening and dedication Sept. 23.

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Orpheum's Halloran Centre Gives Home to Arts Education

When the Orpheum Theatre reopened in 1984 it signaled a new life for the city’s performing arts community. Now, the adjacent two-story, 39,000-square-foot Halloran Centre for Performing Arts & Education presents new possibilities for advancing theater in the Memphis area.

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CBU Files $5 Million Permit for New School of the Arts

Christian Brothers University has filed a $5 million building permit application with the city-county Office of Construction Code Enforcement to go toward its $8 million Rosa Deal School of the Arts.

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Buster’s Prepares to Open Major East Memphis Expansion

Buster’s Liquors & Wines’ longtime East Memphis presence is about to get even bigger.

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Permit filed for International Paper renovation

International Paper might be in the planning stages of a substantial remodel to one of its dining areas.

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Build Out

Existing buildings are prime target for office construction

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Take a tour: Church Health Center shows off progress at Crosstown Concourse

Officials with the Church Health Center gave a tour of the ongoing build out at the Crosstown Concourse last week, and while there remains much work to do, the massive renovation project is progressing as hoped.

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Buster's moves forward on expansion plans

The expansion is starting at Buster’s Liquors & Wines.

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CBU's oldest building finds new life as furniture

A historic building on the Christian Brothers University campus will find new life in the offices and homes of its alumni.

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Christie Medical Holdings moving to East Memphis

The manufacturer of the VeinViewer is moving its Memphis office to Lenox Park.

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Breathing New ‘Lyfe’ Into Existing Space

Construction is underway on Carlisle Corp.’s LYFE Kitchen in East Memphis and the restaurant should be dishing out its “fast, natural, chef-inspired” meals later this summer.

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Spotlight: An Inside Look into the New Centre for Performing Arts & Education

A little more than a year ago, the Orpheum Theatre broke ground on the Centre for Performing Arts & Education. Where a parking lot once stood, a gorgeous 39,000-square-foot building rises with gleaming glass windows and much-needed space for the Orpheum's community and education programs.

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Memphis-based sorority renovating headquarters

A Memphis-based sorority is undergoing a $1.2 million renovation of its national headquarters building on Players Lane.

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Germantown medical building almost completely leased

It may not be scheduled to open until May, but the Medical Arts II building is almost fully leased.

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Crosstown Crossroads

Once an Eyesore, the Old Sears Crosstown Building is Becoming an Eyeful

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Flying High

Teen lab space at the Central Library gets a name, tentative opening date

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Groundbreaking party announced for Crosstown development

Once an eyesore in the Memphis skyline, the historic Sears Crosstown building is on its way to a complete revival.

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Groundbreaking scheduled for Sears Crosstown project

Developers are about to break ground on another giant development planned for Memphis.

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Construction to start on Memphis Public Library Teen Learning Lab

A $900,000 building permit was issued Monday for the Teen Learning Lab at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library.

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Enoble Capital "committed" to Memphis with expansion

After 20 years in business, Enoble Business Capital is gearing up for a big 2015, and an even bigger 2016.

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First look at demolition work inside Sears Crosstown

Construction crews won't officially break ground on the $200 million Sears Crosstown redevelopment until financing closes this month. But work is already underway.

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Neotek will move HQ to Memphis as Fujitsu expands

One of the world's leading offshore brake parts makers, Neotek Corp. Inc., will leave Arlington for Memphis early next year.

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Architecture firm will build HQ, apartments in South Main

Architecture firm will build HQ, apartments in South Main

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Contractor receives building permits for Sears Crosstown project

The developers for Sears Crosstown have received permits for more than $100 million in construction at the shuttered complex at 495 Watkins.

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Contractors See Bright Days Ahead

Contractors See Bright Days Ahead

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Construction begins on $4.1M medical office in Germantown

Construction begins on $4.1M medical office in Germantown

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‘A Step Closer’

Crosstown hits key milestone with trio of building permits

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A final look inside the Sears Crosstown building

A final look inside the Sears Crosstown building

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Crosstown to Redevelop Historic Retail Complex for $180M

Crosstown to Redevelop Historic Retail Complex for $180M

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$115 Million in Crosstown Building Permits Pulled

$115 Million in Crosstown Building Permits Pulled

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Developers pull $115M in permits for Sears Crosstown

Developers pull $115M in permits for Sears Crosstown

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Fans and supporters gather for Blues Hall of Fame groundbreaking

Fans and supporters gather for Blues Hall of Fame groundbreaking

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Blues Hall of Fame breaks ground today

Blues Hall of Fame breaks ground today

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Orpheum Education Centre Breaks Ground

Memphis Business Journal Tuesday, March 18, 2014

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Grinder Looks to Bring Energy to Associated Builders Role

The Daily News VOL. 10 | NO. 8 | Saturday, March 08, 2014

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Orpheum Files Permit for Performing Arts Center

The Daily News VOL. 129 | NO. 29 | Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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Orpheum pulls $10.2M permit for expansion

Memphis Business Journal Feb 11, 2014

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Building Memphis Awards finalists named

Memphis Business Journal Jan 24, 2014

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Rhodes College books $8M renovation

Memphis Business Journal Jan 14, 2014

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Tasty Treats

Nothing Bundt Cakes franchise opens in East Memphis The Daily News By Michael Waddell

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Crosstown Construction Bidding Process Underway

The Daily News By Amos Maki

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Wenco Files Construction Loan for Volvo of Memphis

Saturday, November 23, 2013 Memphis Daily News By Kate Simone

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Woodland Presbyterian School breaks ground on middle school wing

September 30, 2013 The Commercial Appeal By Jane Roberts

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Woodland Presbyterian School breaks ground on middle school wing

September 30, 2013 The Commercial Appeal By Jane Roberts

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Class Project: Woodland breaks ground on school expansion

Thursday, October 3, 2013 The Daily News By Michael Waddell

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Smith + Nephew LEED Gold Certification

Smith + Nephew LEED Gold Certification

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Midtown Mix - Loeb enhances Overton Square vibe

The Daily News Thursday, August 1, 2013 By Amos Maki

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Children’s Museum to build barn for outdoor classroom

Memphis Business Journal July 29, 2013 By Andy Ashby

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Volvo of Memphis files permit on new location

Memphis Business Journal August 1, 2013 By Andy Ashby

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Baker Donelson moves forward with office expansion

Baker Donelson moves forward with office expansion July 18, 2003 Andy Ashby Staff writer Memphis Business Journal

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Overton Square lines up another new tenant

Memphis Business Journal Staff June 27, 2013

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Hot medical office corridor gets more

Cypress Realty in talks with prospects for second building Andy Ashby Staff writer- Memphis Business Journal June 14, 2013

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University Club to start $3.25 million renovation

By Thomas Bailey Jr. Memphis Commercial Appeal May 30, 2013

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MUS Field House Construction Begins

MUS Field House Construction Begins From MUS Campus News online

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Hattiloo Theatre Ready to Rise at Overton Square

The Memphis Daily News VOL. 128 | NO. 56 | Thursday, March 21, 2013 By Sarah Baker

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Cordova Presbyterian Church Marks New Commitment to Ministry with New Cornerstone

Presbyterian church renews commitment to community The Commercial Appeal Special to My Life December 30, 2012

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Local Gastropub in Overton Square will have two distinct atmospheres upstairs and down

By Andy AshbyStaff writer- Memphis Business Journal

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Levitt Shell Sponsorship

Supporting the Levitt Shell Concert Series

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New Day Coming for Sears Crosstown Urban Village

From The Daily News VOL. 127 | NO. 164 | Wednesday, August 22, 2012 By Sarah Baker

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Rhodes Holds Ceremony for 'The Rat' Expansion

From The Daily News VOL. 127 | NO. 163 | Tuesday, August 21, 2012 By Sarah Baker

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New Refectory and Residence Hall Enhance the Campus Experience

From Rhodes College News online Fall 2012

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Renovated Catherine Burrow Refectory to Celebrate Reopening on August 20

From Rhodes College News online Publication Date: 8/16/2012

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Visible Music College / archimania

In downtown Memphis, a celebrated mid-century modern building was facing demolition. From 1974 to 1999 it had housed a progressive bank, but had been abandoned. A young music college was seeking a new home in an urban context. The music college wanted a look that was to be vibrant, fresh, and exciting for students and teachers, but the required functional spaces were quite different than that of the bank.

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Uplifting Spaces

Two local churches designed by Hord Architects now under way

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Memphis in May Buys 56. S. Front for HQ

Memphis in May International Festival Inc. has bought a 14,600-square-foot building at 56 S. Front St. for $250,000, with plans to move its headquarters to the site. It’s the third planned use for the site, which formerly was slated to be converted into a hotel and, later, into apartments.

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Memphis in May Buys 56 S. Front for HQ

The Daily News Online & Chandler Reports Daily News staff November 29, 2011

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Memphis in May lands first HQ

Purchase of Front Street property allows more visibility

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Visible Music College settles into its new digs in landmark building

The glass is definitely half-full at Visible Music College midway through a push to save an iconic Downtown building once threatened with demolition.

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Metropolitan Bank opening Poplar Avenue branch in former Loeb Properties building

Memphis Business Journal - by Christopher Sheffield Date: Thursday, July 14, 2011

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Independent Bank in talks for tower naming rights

Memphis Business Journal Vol. 33, No. 4 May 13-19, 2011 By Christopher Sheffield

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The "Rat" at Rhodes Gets Makeover

Rhodes College has filed an $11 million permit with the city-county Office of Construction Code Enforcement to expand and renovate its main dining hall facility.

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Gaining Momentum

Large users bolster once-struggling office market

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MMBC develops method to match minority businesses with corporate client contracts

A new method of matching qualified minority businesses with potential corporate clients has yielded initial success through a partnership with Smith & Nephew Orthopedics.

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Permit filed for Pinnacle’s Downtown Memphis renovation

Work on Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s new Downtown home is moving forward.

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Memphis Aces

Racquet Club improvements welcome city’s annual tennis tournaments

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$13 million dorm for Rhodes College

Memphis-based general contractor Grinder, Taber & Grinder Inc. filed a $13 million building permit to construct a 52,499-square- foot dormitory at 2000 N. Parkway.

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Groundbreaking Ceremony at 200 Madison

VISIBLE SCHOOL celebrated a formal groundbreaking on Tuesday, February 1st at its new Downtown Memphis campus, located at 200 Madison Ave.

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