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Church Health Featured in Medical Construction & Design

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on December 5th, 2018

Medical Construction & DesignChurch Health is the focus of the article, “Agent for Transformative Change,” and is featured on the cover of the November/December issue of Medical Construction & Design. The article focuses on the challenges and solutions of consolidating 13 separate Church Health facilities under one roof at the historic Crosstown building, creating a patient-centered, welcoming environment that promotes wellness, and improving staff efficiency and communication. Read more.

Crosstown Winner of Building Design & Construction Reconstruction Award

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on November 8th, 2018

Building Design & ConstructionCrosstown Concourse is featured as a Platinum Award winner in the magazine’s annual Reconstruction Awards. The magazine’s Executive Editor, Robert Cassidy, is quoted in the article saying, “Of the hundreds of Reconstruction Award entries I have evaluated since 2002, Crosstown Concourse has, in my opinion, set the highest standards of design, engineering, and construction excellence, as well as the loftiest goals of community service, social justice, and positive economic development.” Read more.

Church Health Design Featured in Memphis Medical News

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on November 5th, 2018

Memphis Medical News - When Church Health recently consolidated their 13 separate facilities under one roof at Crosstown Concourse, their design goals were efficiency and beauty as a means of expressing their "respect for every person coming through the doors for care."  In addition to a warm, welcoming patient-centered space, another goal was for patients and visitors to see "wellness happening" throughout the facility, leading to a significant use of glass and open floor plans. LRK provided interior design and architectural services for Church Health. Read more.

Parcels at Crosstown Honored with Multi-Housing News Gold Award

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on November 1st, 2018

Multi-Housing News - Parcels at Crosstown was honored with a Multi-Housing News Gold Award in the Adaptive Reuse category at a reception in New York City on October 25th. Judges were most impressed with the creative reuse of the 1.3-million-square-foot space. Read more.

Elemento Neapolitan Pizza to Open this Week

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on October 18th, 2018

Commercial Appeal - Much anticipated Elemento Neapolitan Pizza is set to open later this week in Crosstown Concourse. The LRK-designed restaurant has an industrial feel with high exposed ceilings and concrete floors, while two white-tiled pizza ovens ordered from a 100-year old Italian company are the focus of the space. Read more.

Crosstown Concourse Wins Nation's Highest Honor in Preservation

Posted by Katherine Martin on October 16th, 2018

For its groundbreaking transformation of a 1.3 million square-foot mixed-use facility, national full-service architectural, planning, environmental graphic and interior design firm Looney Ricks Kiss (LRK), in association with DIALOG, is proud to announce that the National Trust for Historic Preservation has named Crosstown Concourse in Memphis, Tennessee one of only three winners of the 2018 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Awards. Read more.

Frank Ricks to Speak at ULI Fall Conference

Posted by Katherine Martin on October 8th, 2018

LRK's Frank Ricks will participate in a panel discussion this Wednesday, October 10, at the Urban Land Institute’s Fall Conference in Boston. The session, "The Creative Placemaking Dividend: How Art and Culture Enhance the Bottom Line and Promote Healthy, Equitable, Thriving Places,” will explore the following questions: Does an investment in art and culture yield a return? If it does, what is the return? Is the return purely financial or are there other benefits? And who benefits—developers, investors, the community, the government, or some or all of these?

Frank will discuss the impacts of arts integration at Crosstown Concourse

Concourse Pool to Serve Church Health Patients

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on October 7th, 2018

Daily Memphian - Construction will soon start on the pool at Crosstown, to be built between Crosstown Concourse and the Crosstown High gymnasium. It will include a five-lane outdoor lap pool, splash pad, freestanding office and bathrooms, and basement pool equipment room. LRK provided architectural services for the pool, which will be available to Church Health patients and members of the Church Health YMCA. Anticipated completion is May 2019. Read more.

Functionality, Space, Focus of Crosstown Theater Design

Posted by Katherine Martin on September 28th, 2018

Daily Memphian – The 28,000 square-foot theater at Crosstown Concourse, The Doll House, was designed to accommodate countless types of performance types including film, dance, theatre, live music and to host meetings for large groups. Designers created a modular floor section and movable seating that can transform the space in a matter of hours. This functionally, as well as top-quality acoustics provide a space for artists from all across the city to display their talents. Read more

USGBC Recognizes LRK's Krissy Buck Flickinger and Crosstown Concourse

Posted by Katherine Martin on September 27th, 2018

The USGBC Tennessee community awarded Crosstown Concourse the Exceptional Leadership Award as part of this year’s 2018 Leadership Awards for demonstrating high levels of leadership in all facets of sustainable design. The program celebrates the leadership of building owners, designers, and construction professionals who achieve LEED certification. The Crosstown team will be honored during the IMPACT Tennessee Conference in October. Read more.

Memphis Downtown Boom Fueled by Riverfront, City’s Rich History

Posted by Katherine Martin on September 26th, 2018

Curbed - This article features some of LRK’s adaptive reuse projects including Crosstown Concourse, Tennessee Brewery, and the Wonder Bread renovation into Orion’s headquarters and apartments, that have contributed to the reinvestment in Memphis’ downtown. Read more.

Crosstown Winner of Editor's Choice Multifamily Executive Award

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on September 19th, 2018

Multifamily Executive - LRK is delighted to announce that Crosstown Concourse is the winner of two Multifamily Executive Awards - a Grand Award in the Adaptive Reuse category and Editor's Choice Award. Awards were presented yesterday at a ceremony held in conjunction with the 2018 Multifamily Executive Conference in Las Vegas at the Bellagio. Read more.

Crosstown Concourse Brings Needed Density to Memphis

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on September 18th, 2018

Urban Land - This Urban Land article focuses on the history of Crosstown Concourse’s redevelopment, the collaborative planning and design process, and the resulting impact the project has had on the surrounding neighborhood. A little over a year after completion, Crosstown has achieved full occupancy, and with 2,000 to 3,000 people visiting the building each day, residential development around the area has picked up and neglected commercial buildings are coming back to life. Read more.

Lucy J's Bakery Opens in Crosstown Concourse

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on September 11th, 2018

Commercial Appeal - LRK is excited to announce that Lucy J’s Bakery opened in Crosstown Concourse earlier this week. Not just any bakery, Lucy J's mission is to provide job training and employment with living wages to individuals who are transitioning out of homelessness. LRK provided interior design services for Lucy J's Bakery. Read more.

Two LRK-Designed Projects Claim Professional Builder Design Awards

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on September 5th, 2018

Professional Builder - The 2018 Professional Builder Design Award winners have been announced and two LRK-designed projects are among the list. Memphis’ Parcels at Crosstown was a Gold Award winner in the multifamily category and Tate at Tanglewood in Houston was the winner of a Silver Award, also in the multifamily category. Professional Builder's annual competition recognizes builders, architects, designers, developers, land planners, and interior designers across the nation whose work demonstrates design innovation, as well as a high level of construction quality and success in the marketplace. This year Professional Builder awarded eight gold, six silver and two bronze winners. Read more.

Four LRK Projects Win Aurora Awards

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on August 18th, 2018

LRK brought home four awards at the 39th annual Aurora Awards ceremony on August 17th at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Conference Center. Sponsored by the Southeast Building Conference, this year’s competition drew nearly 400 entries in 61 categories, including commercial, office space, renovated projects, mixed-use, affordable, multifamily, site planning, single family production and custom homes. Crosstown Concourse and The Michael both won Grand Awards and a Private Residence in Germantown and the O’More Designer Show House received Silver Awards in custom home categories.

Memphis rising: Can this Mid-South city of 670,000 become the next Austin?

Posted by Katherine Martin on August 16th, 2018

Building Design + Construction - Several LRK projects including Crosstown Concourse, Old Dominick Distillery, The Tennessee Brewery, Chisca on Main, ServiceMaster Headquarters, and the Hickman Building renovation are featured in an article highlighting Memphis' bright future. Read more.

Crosstown's New Pizza Place

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on August 2nd, 2018

Memphis Business Journal - Construction of Elemento Neapolitan Pizza, located in Crosstown Concourse, is moving along, and the restaurant is scheduled to open in the second half of August. See more.

Crosstown A+Awards Finalist

Posted by Katherine Martin on July 10th, 2018

Crosstown Concourse is an Architizer A+Awards finalist in the Architecture+Urban Transformation category. The A+Awards is a highly competitive competition with entries received from more than 100 countries. Voting will continue through July 20. Please click the link to cast your vote for Crosstown: https://bit.ly/2zsGDL0.  

Crosstown Among World Architecture Festival's Shortlisted Projects

Posted by Katherine Martin on June 27th, 2018

Crosstown Concourse was selected as a World Architecture Festival 2018 Finalist in the New and Old - Completed Buildings category. As the only project selected from the United States, Crosstown was recognized along with several projects from China, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, among others. Shortlisted projects will be presented to a live international jury at WAF in Amsterdam in November with winners announced at the conclusion of the Festival. 

Crosstown Concourse Honored With Governor's Environmental Stewardship Award

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on May 28th, 2018

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Commissioner Shari Meghreblian announced the winners of the 2018 Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Awards, and Crosstown Concourse is a recipient in the Building Green category. Winners will be recognized for their achievements and positive impact on the state’s natural resources in an awards ceremony to be held in Franklin on July 9, 2018. Read more.

Crosstown Concourse Wins Grand Prize in CNU Charter Awards

Posted on May 19th, 2018

Savannah, Georgia - On Friday May 18, The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) honored Crosstown Concourse in Memphis, Tennessee with the grand prize among eleven professional and three student winners of its 17th annual Charter Awards, which recognize exemplary projects by local government, developers, architects, urban designers and others engaged in revitalizing and creating coherent cities, neighborhoods, and metropolitan regions. Winners are chosen because they not only embody and advance the principles of the Charter of the New Urbanism, but also because they make a difference in people's lives. Read more.

From Blight to Bright Lights in Memphis

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on May 18th, 2018

The New York Times  - Old Dominick Distillery and Crosstown Concourse are featured in this article about transforming blighted Memphis buildings into neighborhood hot spots and tourist attractions. Read more.

International Food Hall to Open at Crosstown

Posted by Katherine Martin on April 25th, 2018

Commerical Appeal - Global Café, a three-stall 2,500 square-foot food hall located on the south dock of Crosstown Concourse will feature dishes from immigrants or refugees. The first stalls will be filled by immigrants and refugees from Nepal, Syria and Sudan. The goal of the project is to support refugees through food from their home countries – whether it's cooking and selling it as means of income or having welcoming gathering spot for all to experience those cultures. LRK is providing design services for the project build-out. Read more. 

Crosstown Concourse and Nineteenth Century Club Win AIA Memphis Awards

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on April 16th, 2018

Crosstown Concourse won an Honor Award for Excellence, AIA Memphis' highest honor, at the association's 2018 gala Saturday night. Jurors were impressed with the new atriums created at Crosstown and commented that the building’s design is "malleable to absorb change" and capable of evolving over time. LRK also received a Merit Award for their careful renovation of the Nineteenth Century Club

Global Café and Lucy J’s Bakery Coming Soon to Crosstown

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on April 2nd, 2018

The Daily News - Two new restaurants, Global Café and Lucy J’s Bakery, are coming soon to Crosstown Concourse. LRK is providing design services for both spaces. Read more.

Crosstown Concourse Featured in ArchDaily

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on March 22nd, 2018

ArchDaily - The Crosstown Concourse redevelopment was recently featured in ArchDaily. Read more.

Crosstown Concourse Featured in Architectural Record

Posted by Katherine Martin on February 28th, 2018

Architectural Record - The redevelopment of Crosstown Concourse is featured in the March issue of Architectural Record. The article states, "As cities grapple with the respective futures of their industrial pasts, they would do well to look at Crosstown Concourse. For this development, the vision was strong and swayed a diverse group of prospective tenants to get on board. From an environmental standpoint, the transformation of the Sears building into a successful venture like Crosstown Concourse turned a white elephant into green one." Read more.   

The Church Health Way

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on February 24th, 2018

The Daily News - This article focuses on Church Health's philosophy of preventing illness and promoting well-being through nurturing both body and spirit as they seek to care for the traditionally underserved in our community. After years of growth and expansion, Church Health's services and outreach have once again been brought together under one roof at the Crosstown Concourse building. LRK provided interior design services for Church Health's new space at Crosstown. Read more.

MBJ Announces Crosstown Concourse as Building Memphis Project of the Year

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on February 9th, 2018

Memphis Business Journal - The Memphis Business Journal has announced that Crosstown Concourse is this year's  Project of the Year. The project - and the people whose hard work made it possible - will be honored at the Building Memphis awards ceremony February 27th at the Memphis Botanic Gardens. LRK is proud to have been a part of the project team! Read more.

2018 Building Memphis Awards

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on January 26th, 2018

Memphis Business Journal - We're honored to have been involved with three projects selected as finalists in the Memphis Business Journal's 2018 Building Memphis competition. Church Health at Crosstown Concourse is a finalist in the Best Renovation Large category, the University of Memphis' Laurie-Walton Family Basketball Center in the Best New Construction Large category, and the Medical District Streetscape Improvements project in the Best Renovation Small category. Winners will be announced at the Building Memphis awards ceremony held February 27th. Read more.

Crosstown World's Largest LEED Platinum Building for Historic Adaptive Reuse

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on January 9th, 2018

The Commercial Appeal  - Crosstown Concourse, Memphis’ 1.5-million square foot historic distribution center-turned-vertical urban village, has been awarded a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification for its historic rehab and adaptive reuse of the Sears Crosstown building. Crosstown Concourse’s size and scope affirm the title as the largest historic adaptive reuse LEED Building Design + Construction Platinum project in the world. Read more.

Going Global: Crosstown Concourse Design Among World's Best

Posted by Katherine Martin on December 5th, 2017

Commercial Appeal - The Commercial Appeal featured the announcement of Crosstown Concourse being shortlisted for Architectural Review's New into Old awards. The $250 million Memphis renovation is the only project from the United States making the cut. Others are five from the United Kingdom, two from Sweden, and one each from Australia, the Netherlands, Qatar, China, India, Turkey, and Belgium.

"It really is about the extension of the life of a building by inserting new uses rather than tearing down and replacing it,'' said Frank Ricks, principal with LRK. Read more

Architectural Review Shortlists Crosstown Concourse for Global Award

Posted by Katherine Martin on December 4th, 2017

Architectural Review - Crosstown Concourse was selected to Architectural Review's shortlist of 15 adaptive reuse projects across the world for the AR New into Old awards. The shortlist was selected by an esteemed jury that includes British architects Michael and Patty Hopkins, co-founder of Neri & Hu, Lyndon Neri, and deputy chairman of the Twentieth Century Society, Timothy Brittain-Catlin.

Crosstown is the only project located in the U.S. to be selected to the shortlist.

The winning project along with any highly commended projects and finalists will be announced and published in the AR’s December/January issue at the end of the year. Read more.

CityLab Features Former Sears Distribution Centers

Posted by Katherine Martin on November 17th, 2017

CityLabIn an article entitled, "From the Ruins of a Retail Meltdown, Post Industrial Playgrounds Emerge," CityLab features former Sears warehouse buildings, including Crosstown Concourse, and their renovation progress. Read more

See Inside Crosstown Concourse

Posted by Katherine Martin on October 24th, 2017

StyleBlueprint   - Take a look in and around the renovated Crosstown Concourse in this StyleBlueprint feature. Read more

DMC Crossing Projects off List of "Top 10 Redevelopment Sites"

Posted by Katherine Martin on October 24th, 2017

Memphis Business Journal - Over the past 12 years, the Downtown Memphis Commision (DMC) has been crossing addresses off of its list of "Top 10 Redevelopment Sites." LRK is proud to have played a role in the redevelopment of a few on the list, including the Toof Building (Pressbox Lofts) and Crosstown Concourse. We continue to work on the redevelopment of the Tennessee Brewery and The Hickman Buiding. Read more

Crosstown Concourse Receives National Energy Efficiency Leader Award

Posted by Katherine Martin on October 10th, 2017

The Commercial Appeal  - Heating and cooling system maker Trane honored the Crosstown Concourse development team with a national Energy Efficiency Leader Award for 2017. Crosstown is aiming for LEED Platinum certification, which would make it the largest LEED Platinum-certified historic renovation building in the world. Read more

Southern College of Optometry Opens FocalPoint at Crosstown Concourse

Posted on July 31st, 2017

Memphis Business Journal - A ribbon cutting was recently held for the Southern College of Optometry's (SCO) new clinic located at Crosstown Concourse. In an effort to improve the patient experience and better prepare their graduates, the clinic features some of the latest optometric technology. FocalPoint will have four doctors on-site and also offers clinical instruction for SCO's fourth-year students. LRK provided design services for the project. Read more.

Crosstown Among Other Sears Warehouses Being Renovated

Posted by Katherine Martin on February 28th, 2017

Bisnow - Sears catalog warehouses are finding new lives across the country. Memphis' Crosstown Concourse is featured in this article, along with warehouses in Chicago, Boston and Minneapolis. Read more

From Memphis Distribution Center to Mixed-use with a Mission

Posted by Katherine Martin on January 20th, 2017

Multi-Housing News - This case study details the concept of the vertical urban village taking shape at the Crosstown Concourse. In the article, LRK Principal Tony Pellicciotti discusses the character of the building and its significance to the Memphis community. Read more

Concourse Check-In: From 'impossible' to 'catalyst'

Posted by Katherine Martin on November 7th, 2016

Higher Ground - Crosstown Concourse has been hailed as one of the Memphis' most complicated projects, but the redevelopment hasn't always been a sure thing. 

“For the first four years the primary question was ‘You want to do what?’” said Tony Pellicciotti, principal with LRK Architects who has been working on the project for the past six and a half years. “We all knew this building was impossible to do. This building was a wreck inside. But it all starts with a big idea.” Read more

Crosstown Concourse Tenant Check-In

Posted by Katherine Martin on November 3rd, 2016

Higher Ground - Lost track of the tenants signed on to move into the Crosstown Concourse in 2017? This article gives a closer look at the organizations and businesses and how they plan to use their space in the 1.5 million square-foot vertical urban village. Read more

Latest Look Inside the Crosstown

Posted by Katherine Martin on October 11th, 2016

Memphis Business Journal - With the opening of the Crosstown Concourse months away, take a look inside as Scott Morris, CEO of Church Health, and officials from Grinder Taber & Grinder Inc. lead a tour of the still-under-construction site. Read more

Optometry School Plans Cutting-Edge Clinic in Crosstown Concourse

Posted by Katherine Martin on September 13th, 2016

The Commercial Appeal The Southern College of Optometry will open an 8,000-square-foot clinic on the second floor of the Crosstown Concourse. The patient-centered clinic will have 14 exam rooms and serve up to 14,000 patients a year. LRK is providing architecture services for the project. Read more

$11M Theater Planned for Crosstown Concourse

Posted by Katherine Martin on September 12th, 2016

The Daily News - A 450-seat theatre on the Crosstown Concourse campus will attract national acts and boost the local arts scene. LRK's design for the 28,000-square-foot building is notable for its flexibility with elements such as a sprung wood flood stage, retractable seating and a modular open floor allowing for any number of configurations from theater-in-the-round to a proscenium with raked seating. Read more

Church Health YMCA Planned for Crosstown

Posted by Katherine Martin on August 26th, 2016

The Daily News – The YMCA will open its 11th Memphis-area branch in Crosstown Concourse in partnership with the Church Health Center. The 25,000-square-foot gym will open within the Church Health Center’s 150,000 square-foot headquarters early next year. Plans for the facility include fitness equipment, a walking track, group workout and dance classes, personal training, physical therapy, and programming for the intellectually disabled. LRK is providing architectural and interior design services for the Church Health Center and architectural, interior design, urban design, sustainability, and federal historic rehabilitation consulting for the overall Crosstown Concourse project. Read more

Designers Transform Old Sears Tower, Maintain Its Character

Posted by Katherine Martin on June 18th, 2016

The Daily NewsWhile the outside of the old distribution center for Sears, Roebuck, & Co. may look similar, more than 400,000 brings and 3,200 windowpanes have been replaced in the tower. LRK's Tony Pellicciotti is heading up the the building's conversion to the the Crosstown Concourse, described as a vertical urban village, which is set to open in January 2017. Read more

Building Community With Adaptive Reuse

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on February 24th, 2016

BOMA Magazine – Featured in the January/February edition of BOMA Magazine, Crosstown Concourse is the latest high-profile adaptive reuse project to transform an old Sears distribution center, joining the ranks of Boston's Landmark Center, Midtown Exchange in Minneapolis, and Ponce City Market in Atlanta. Crosstown already has leasing commitments of 450,000 square feet from healthcare, education, and arts organizations. It will also feature 65,000 square feet of retail and 270 apartments. The mix of tenants was crucial to achieve the sense of community the developers desired. Read more.

The Memphis Movement

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on February 24th, 2016

The Architect's Newspaper - This national publication offers a glimpse into Memphis' urban resurgence and mentions multiple LRK-designed projects, such as Crosstown Concourse, Central Station, Hotel Chisca, Tennessee Brewery, and Overton Square. Read more.

Crosstown Concourse: Construction Update

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on November 30th, 2015

This video provides a fascinating glimpse at the enormity of the Crosstown Concourse project and the transformation that is being made as construction progresses.  

Financing for Crosstown Concourse Wins National Award

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on September 30th, 2015

The Commercial Appeal - Crosstown Concourse's financing has won an award from the Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits. The award was based on the scale and complexity of the financial package, as well as the project's substantial community impact. Read more.

Crosstown Groundbreaking - Breaking New Ground

Posted by Sophorn Kuoy on February 24th, 2015

The Daily News - The Crosstown redevelopment project reached a ceremonial milestone as it officially broke ground this past Saturday.

Groundbreaking Party Announced for Crosstown Development

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on January 26th, 2015

Memphis Business Journal - A groundbreaking party and community rally is planned for Feb. 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to kickstart the rebrand of the once abandoned Sears Crosstown building. Read more.

First Look at Demolition Work Inside Sears Crosstown

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on December 10th, 2014

Memphis Business Journal - This article takes a look inside Sears Crosstown as the demolition begins.  Read more.

Building A Village: The Growing Trend of Mixed-Use Developments

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on December 3rd, 2014

High Ground – Frank Ricks is interviewed in this article that focuses on the growing trend of mixed-use development in Memphis. LRK projects, such as Crosstown, Harbor Town, and Overton Square, are featured. Read more.

Team Setting

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on June 21st, 2014

The Daily News - Rebecca Courtney is quoted in this article which explores the growing trend of collaborative office space and discusses how shared space fosters creativity and productivity. Read more.

Developers Pull $115M in Permits for Sears Crosstown

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on June 4th, 2014

The Commercial Appeal - The contractor has pulled the first permits for the $180 million redevelopment of Sears Crosstown. Read more.

What Smart Cities Can Learn From Memphis

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on April 2nd, 2014

Pop City – This article describes how city and civic leaders have worked together to spur revitalization across Memphis. The Mid-South Regional Greenprint Plan, Sears Crosstown and Overton Square are among the LRK projects mentioned.

County Commission approves Sears Crosstown Funding

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on March 11th, 2014

Memphis Business Journal - The Sears Crosstown redevelopment has received the last major piece of funding that will allow the project to commence. Construction is expected to begin in spring 2014 and initial occupancy is planned for spring 2016.

2014 Forecast Promising for Memphis Commercial Real Estate Development

Posted by Andrew Trippel on January 29th, 2014

The Daily News - Amos Maki with Memphis' The Daily News surveys a variety of exciting commercial real estate opportunities that are in development or planning and design phase, or that could potentially move forward in 2014. The Sears Crosstown and Overton Square projects are reviewed in detail.

Sears Crosstown to Become "Ambitious Health Care Hub"

Posted by Andrew Trippel on December 20th, 2013

nextcity.org - The Crosstown Redevelopment Project is reported on by Next City's Bill Bradley who highlights the tenant mix and how the project is emerging as a health care hub.

Sears Crosstown Gets City Approval

Posted by Sophorn Kuoy on December 3rd, 2013

The Commercial Appeal - The Memphis City Council approves $15 million in city funding for the redevelopment of the Crosstown project.

Sears Crosstown Receives Grant To Link To Neighborhood

Posted by Andrew Trippel on November 15th, 2013

The Commercial Appeal - Crosstown redevelopers were awarded a $50,000 grant to design a connection between Sears Crosstown and a neighborhood trail called the V&E Greenline.

Crosstown Plans Continue to Evolve

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on November 8th, 2013

The Daily News - Article gives an update on the renovation of the Sears Crosstown building.

Sears Crosstown Wins Memphis Business Quarterly Innovation Award

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on November 1st, 2013

The Memphis Business Quarterly honored Sears Crosstown as a winner in its inaugural Innovation Awards. Demonstrating a new perspective on redevelopment and urban renewal, the project is using the Sears Crosstown building as a hub for revitalizing the community.