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  1. Nice! Lots of great stuff happening in the Edge. A few more renderings below:
  2. Development board approves $23M PILOT for Central Yards https://www.bizjournals.com/memphis/news/2021/01/13/ccrfc-approves-central-yards-pilot.html Additional renderings:
  3. Are they planning on covering that concrete face on the top of the Broadway tower?
  4. A few larger renderings from the architect: https://www.lrk.com/projects/union-row/
  5. Not recently. It was renamed "The Walk on Union" in August, but I believe this was the most recent story: https://www.wmcactionnews5.com/2020/09/09/developers-walk-formerly-union-row-respond-covid-challenges/
  6. Another fascinating website to check out if you're interested in Memphis history related to buildings, neighborhoods, architecture, etc. http://cremedememph.blogspot.com/
  7. This is the side that should be facing 8th... I'm so underwhelmed by this design. But at least it's closer to the street than the Captain D's.
  8. VSRJ

    Tom Lee Park redesign

    Good to see dirt finally moving on this! Ground broken on $60 million Tom Lee Park updates https://www.commercialappeal.com/story/money/business/development/2020/12/09/tom-lee-park-redesign-update-ground-broken-timeline/3831779001/
  9. I'm (very) cautiously optimistic: One Beale tower lands first approval for immense, complex incentive package https://www.bizjournals.com/memphis/news/2020/12/09/one-beale-tower-approved-for.html
  10. There's way too much going on with the exterior of this building. What is with the pattern on those vertical accents?
  11. An update on the Deloach apartment complex pushback: U of M plans less-dense housing on Deloach, apartments at Park campus https://dailymemphian.com/section/metroeducation/article/18416/university-of-memphis-plans-to-build-housing-on-deloach My issue wasn't so much the density as it was the architecture. The rendering looked like it could just as easily have been built in the suburbs. It will be interesting to see the revised plans for the stretch.
  12. I’d rather have an outdoor venue (cough Libertyland cough), but I understand the benefits of something year round. I just hope it succeeds.
  13. Great news! Fingers crossed indeed. I’m sure once a Covid vaccine is readily available and case counts decrease we’ll (hopefully) see tourism rebound fairly quickly.
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