nearly 30 years, was transformed to hold 148 apartments, thousands of square feet of office and retail space and a parking garage. The former Wonder Bread bakery will become home to apartments, restaurants and a museum. “That gives us unique places that people want to be around,” Oswalt said. “We have a lot of soul and character.” Revitalization has spread from Downtown into neighboring Midtown, the Medical District, Uptown and South City – all areas that are seeing significant new investment in retail, commercial and housing developments. The city limits extend far east, north and south where a wide range of diverse neighborhoods offer a wide variety of housing options from traditional spacious family homes to micro apartments and everything in between at a wide range of prices – all within a 10-15 minute drive of Downtown.
MO ME NT U M D OW NTOW N On the cusp of its 200th birthday, Memphis is experiencing a radical influx of investments that will shape the city’s third century. Billions of projects are underway across the city, but nowhere is the momentum in Memphis more visible than Downtown.
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