Is there any more American food item than the hot dog? The folks behind The Doghouzz are banking on this country’s love affair with this iconic food.
The Doghouzz will be Memphis’ only hot dog restaurant and bar. At 1349 Autumn in the Crosstown neighborhood, the 4,400-square-foot restaurant that includes an outdoor patio is slated to open in early June.
More than a year after the mixed-use space opened, The Commercial Appeal sent a reporter and photographer to the Crosstown Concourse for a day in an effort to capture the atmosphere.
Adrian Arcuri and Justin Dorroh are passionate about pizza. And not just any type of pizza, but Neapolitan-style pizza.
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.
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.
Anyone who has ever fought over the home or office thermostat might appreciate the challenge of heating and cooling Crosstown Concourse.
Six years ago, in a 400-square-foot space rented for $700 a month, a small group of Memphians hatched a plan to turn the abandoned 1.5 million-square-foot warehouse next door into a “vertical urban village.”
We know, the Crosstown Concourse grand opening is not until Saturday, but at least 23 of the 37 announced tenants are already moved in.
The Church Health YMCA staged a ribbon-cutting on Wednesday inside Crosstown Concourse, whose 1.1 million square feet are returning to life in larger and larger chunks.
Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland attends the grand opening of Mama Gaia at Crosstown Concourse.
Philipp Von Holtzendorff-Fehling, founder and CEO of Mama Gaia, discusses the diversity of Crosstown Concourse and why his organic restaurant fits.
Like icing on the cake, art is spreading across the nearly completed Crosstown Concourse.
Temple Israel will establish a small branch inside Crosstown Concourse, synagogue leaders informed congregants late last week.
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is about to start construction to house several of its corporate offices and 350 employees inside Crosstown Concourse.