Posts tagged with “The Commercial Appeal”

SCS Approves Crosstown High, Four other charter schools

Five new charter schools received approval Tuesday night to open next school year, including Crosstown High and an early college high school involving Southwest Tennessee Community College

August 24, 2016
Back Institute plans $1.4M construction in Crosstown Concourse

The Crosstown Back & Pain Institute plans to build a $1.4 million facility inside Crosstown Concourse, according to new building-permit documents.

August 15, 2016
3 future tenants plan $3.5M build-out of spaces in Crosstown Concourse

Three future tenants of Crosstown Concourse filed building documents this week showing they plan to spend more than $3.5 million total to build out their spaces

July 26, 2016
Crosstown now offering 165 apartments

The 165 available apartments atop Crosstown Concourse and its beehive of artistic, health, cultural and academic activity can be reserved starting today.

June 28, 2016
Site work kicks in as Crosstown Concourse churns toward January finish

The Crosstown Concourse construction project has reached a phase that passersby along North Watkins can more easily see: The site work outside.

March 29, 2016
Crosstown Concourse construction exceeds minority contract ‘commitment’

A five-man crew from A1 Electrical worked Friday installing some of the new conduit, wiring and 1,002 LED light fixtures for the four-level parking garage at Crosstown Concourse.

February 7, 2016
Concourse of course: Crosstown developers showcase progress

The vast Central Atrium – 6,000 square feet of floor space that soars 114 feet high – may be the glossiest of Crosstown Concourse’s many architectural treats.

October 5, 2015
New Crosstown zoning inspired by Overton Square, Cooper-Young

Crosstown wants to be a walker’s haven like Overton Square and Cooper-Young, and just got the zoning to help make the change happen.

September 8, 2015
Crosstown Concourse already building up neighborhood

The groundbreaking for the newly christened Crosstown Concourse on Saturday was just a ceremony. But the $200 million transformation of the old Sears Crosstown building has already caused an economic and social ground-shaking in the long-suffering Crosstown neighborhood squeezed between Midtown and I-40.

February 21, 2015

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