Topic: Tennessee Brewery

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.

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.

Tennessee Brewery Reaches Full Occupancy in Record Time

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

Commercial Appeal - The initial 148 units in the renovated historic brewery and the attached new apartment building have reached full occupancy in less than five months. According to property manager Fogelman Properties, the Tennessee Brewery is one of the company’s fastest projects to reach full occupancy. 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

Explore Behind the Scenes at The Tennessee Brewery

Posted by Katherine Martin on January 25th, 2017

After more than 50 years of abandonment, the historic Tennessee Brewery is now undergoing major renovation. "Brewhouse: The Tennessee Brewery Story," a documentary set in the brewery, covers the rise and fall of the regional brewery industry in the U.S. from the late 1890s through the 1950s. You can watch a clip of the documentary here. LRK's Tony Pellicciotti discusses the importance of the brewery to the local community and the renovation process. The full version of the documentary is availble through Amazon

Main to Main Project Boosts Downtown Development

Posted by Katherine Martin on November 2nd, 2016

The Commercial Appeal - With the addition to the newly-opened Big River Crossing, the Main to Main project has given a long-overdue facelift to sidewalks, curbs and the pedestrian Main Street Mall, creating a walking and bicycling route for Memphians and tourists to enjoy. Main to Main connects many of LRK's projects including South Junction apartments, Hotel Chisca, Tennessee Brewery, Artspace Lofts and Old Dominick Distillery. Read more

Tennessee Brewery Stop On Lambda Alpha International Tour

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on April 27th, 2016

Memphis Business Journal - The Tennessee Brewery was featured on a tour as part of Lambda Alpha International's Memphis Land Economics Weekend. The event was held April 21-23 and the tour included various Memphis landmarks, as well as up and coming developments.  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.

Latest Tennessee Brewery Plan Doubles Residential Units

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on November 25th, 2015

The Daily News - New plans for the Tennessee Brewery will double the number of residential units in the development. A new five-story mixed-use building with 148 units is being proposed. LRK is serving as architect for the project. Read more.

Tennessee Brewery Unveils Apartment Building

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on August 25th, 2015

The Commercial Appeal - Initial plans for the renovation of the historic Tennessee Brewery building (c. 1890) and the new adjacent Wash House apartments were recently submitted to the Memphis and Shelby County Office of Planning and Development.The $27.5 million restoration project consists of the seven-story Brewery building, which will feature 58 residential units and ground-floor commercial space, and the new six-story, 90-unit apartment building designed to complement the historic Brewery. Read more.

Tennessee Brewery Celebrates a Second Chance at a New Untapped

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on February 19th, 2015

High Ground - Further plans for the Tennessee Brewery revitalization are unveiled, including conceptual designs by LRK. Read more.

Plans for the Tennessee Brewery Include 142 New Housing Units

Posted by Beth Van Der Jagt on January 20th, 2015

High Ground - LRK is honored to be a part of the Tennessee Brewery project. Plans for the historic structure include its transformation into a largely residential community. With the construction of a new adjacent building, the project will boast a total of 142 units and a 280-space public parking garage with 8,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space. Read more.