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http://www.commercialappeal.com/mca/busine...4970344,00.html

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Mixed-use project may revive long-idle Downtown landmark

By Amos Maki

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September 6, 2006

A group of developers wants to turn the historic Tennessee Brewery Downtown into a mixed-use project.

Developers want to turn the castle-like brewery, which has been all but abandoned for more than 50 years, into a condo development with an addition that would have more condos, restaurants, retail and a parking garage.

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It sounds like they, i think that place would make a great spot for a bar and resturant

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from today's CA... article

Rehab to old Tennessee Brewery along with 14-story addition approved by LUCB. Also approved by the LUCB was the four-story, 120-room Hilton Garden Inn at the southwest corner of Linden and Second, currently the site of a surface parking lot.

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I saw in the paper the other day that the Tennessee Brewery project has been taken off the drawing boards. The developers withdrew their proposal citing too much opposition.

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I saw in the paper the other day that the Tennessee Brewery project has been taken off the drawing boards. The developers withdrew their proposal citing too much opposition.

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You can find lots of pics of inside the brewery at this link (scroll down after clicking). It looks like it would make a really cool library, though I doubt that would ever happen. Or maybe a department store. I would hate for all those open spaces to be sectioned off.

http://www.uer.ca/locations/show.asp?locid=22691

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tennreb thanks for the link, those guys have some interesting pics from all over the country and the city!

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You can find lots of pics of inside the brewery at this link (scroll down after clicking). It looks like it would make a really cool library, though I doubt that would ever happen. Or maybe a department store. I would hate for all those open spaces to be sectioned off.

http://www.uer.ca/locations/show.asp?locid=22691

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