To build a vertical village, you might as well start with food on the ground floor. Folks have to eat, and at Crosstown Concourse, where they also live, go to school, work and play, choices about where to dine continue to expand.
A name has been selected for the cafe at Crosstown Arts.
Adrian Arcuri and Justin Dorroh are passionate about pizza. And not just any type of pizza, but Neapolitan-style pizza.
The Crosstown Concourse renovation is one of three national winners of the 2018 preservation awards bestowed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the trust announced Monday.
Creative play and kid-friendly activities at Crosstown
An estimated 3,000 people visit Crosstown Concourse each day, most of them working for or a customer, client or patient of one of the building’s tenants.
High school freshmen walked into a new learning experience Monday at Crosstown Concourse, where Crosstown High began its first day of school with 150 students.
Commercial, residential investments around Concourse slowly gaining momentum.
After multiple delays, Memphis’ sixth craft brewery is set to open this week.
The square footage alone made it an ambitious project. What could possibly make use of 1.5 million square feet?
Crosstown Concourse is now getting a pizza restaurant to go with its hamburger, casual American food, and vegetarian restaurants as well as the ice cream parlor, coffee shop, ice pop, craft brewery, bakery and small grocery businesses.
Crosstown Concourse has just become the world’s largest building to be awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification for historic adaptive reuse, according to the Memphis architecture firm that worked on the project.
Crosstown Concourse hit the world stage on Monday by making the short list for a design honor given by an international architecture publication.
When Karin and Steve Cubbage opened Area 51, an artisan ice cream shop in Hernando, Mississippi, in the summer of 2014 they had no idea where it would take them.