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The Sterick Building

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The Sterick Bldg was for decades the tallest bldg in Memphis. It has been vacant for many years and still appears to be unoccupied today and many think it is a downtown eyesore.

I heard that it would be prohibitively expensive to renovate as an office bldg. Perhaps it could find new life as residental apts or condos?

Any info about this bldg?

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The Sterick Bldg was for decades the tallest bldg in Memphis. It has been vacant for many years and still appears to be unoccupied today and many think it is a downtown eyesore.

I heard that it would be prohibitively expensive to renovate as an office bldg. Perhaps it could find new life as residental apts or condos?

Any info about this bldg?

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Thanks, I had looked for earlier posts but was unable to locate them.

I certainly hope there is new life for this building soon. It could be a real gem for downtown as a hotel. It's painful to see it vacant for so very long.

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This is a really great building. Something really needs to happen with development of this building. It would most definately improve the immediate area around the Sterick building. Do we know if there has been any recent interest in developing the property?

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This is a really great building. Something really needs to happen with development of this building. It would most definately improve the immediate area around the Sterick building. Do we know if there has been any recent interest in developing the property?

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If Sterick does indeed have asbestos, that is a major problem and financial hurdle for anyone wanting to redevelop the building. It would probably cost millions to remove the asbestos, and that would most probably be required. I really do hope the building is redeveloped. It's a great building, and a Tennessee landmark in my opinion.

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