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Crosstown Concourse

Memphis, TN

Once a vital distribution center for the Mid-South, the 1,300,000-square-foot historic Sears building (1927) has been dormant for over 20 years. A herculean revitalization effort is now moving forward thanks to an extraordinary collaboration of local institutions. LRK is working with a non-profit arts-based organization and its partners to redevelop the 10–story building into a “vertical urban village” that integrates residential, commercial, retail, health and wellness, arts and culture, and education. The design weaves a purposeful collection of diverse tenants and varied uses into a precedent-setting mixed-use community that will serve as an anchor and catalyst for further revitalization and economic development in the surrounding neighborhood.


AIA Awards

  • Institute Honor Award for Architecture

Congress for the New Urbanism Charter Awards

  • Grand Prize

Architizer A+Awards

  • Finalist - Architecture+Urban Transformation Category

AIA Gulf States

  • Honor Citation

AIA Memphis

  • Honor Award of Excellence

AIA Tennessee

  • Award of Excellence

Architecture Review's New into Old Awards

  • Finalist

National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Award

Governor's Environmental Stewardship Award

  • Building Green

Building Design & Construction Reconstruction Awards

  • Platinum Award

Contract Interiors Awards

  • Winner, Sustainable Category

IIDA Tennessee Awards

  • Excellence in Adaptation/Sustainability

Multifamily Executive Awards

  • Grand Award - Adaptive Reuse Category
  • Editor's Choice Award

Multi-Housing News Excellence Awards

  • Gold Award - Adaptive Reuse Category

Pillars of the Industry Awards

  • Multifamily Community of the Year
  • Best Mixed-Use Community 

Best in American Living Awards

  • Silver Award - Adaptive Reuse/Multifamily Category

USGBC Tennessee Leadership Awards

  • Award for Exceptional Leadership

Professional Builder Design Awards

  • Gold Award, Multifamily

Memphis Business Journal’s Building Memphis Awards

  • Project of the Year

Aurora Awards

  • Grand Award - Best Rehabilitation Project

International Parking Institute Awards

  • Award of Merit

American Society of Civil Engineers Tennessee Section

  • Project of the Year

American Society of Civil Engineers West Tennessee Branch

  • Outstanding Engineering Project

Re-thinking the Future Global Architecture & Design Awards

  • Third Award – Mixed Use Category

Trane Energy Efficiency Leader Awards

  • Recipient

Tennessee Chapter of ACEC (American Council of Engineering Companies) Engineering Excellence Awards

  • Grand Award - Building/Technology Systems

Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits

  • Community Development Qualified Low-Income Community Investment of the Year Award

Tennessee Development District Association and Southwest Tennessee Development District

  • John S Wilder Rebuild Tennessee Award

Memphis Business Quarterly

  • Innovation Award



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