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Downtown Memphis seeking ways to boost energy on Main

One year into his tenure as Downtown's top redevelopment official, Patterson has made reinvigorating the city center the agency's top priority, followed closely by supporting areas that are booming or poised to boom.

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Strategic Priorities for Downtown Memphis

Get a recap of our 2016 Annual Meeting and our strategic priorities for Downtown Memphis

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Memphis Receives $5 Million to Reimagine The Fourth Bluff

Along our beautiful riverfront, the Cossitt Library, Memphis Park, and Mississippi River Park will be revitalized and transformed into places where Memphians from all neighborhoods and backgrounds can come together.

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Designs Assistance Sought for Applicants for Exterior Improvement Grant

The Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC) and the Center City Development Corporation (CCDC) are seeking proposals from licensed architects and qualified design firms to provide conceptual design services as part of the CCDC’s new Exterior Improvement Grant (EIG) program.

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Upcoming Meetings

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DMC Board

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Center City Development Corporation

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Center City Revenue Finance Corporation

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Design Review Board

Dec. 7, 2016

Downtown Parking Authority

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State of Downtown Report

Read the State of Downtown report issued by Downtown Memphis Commission to learn about market trends, demographics and district opportunities.
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Collaboration, Inspiration, Recreation - That's How We Work Downtown

Find out what's it's like to work in the Downtown office campus by visiting!
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Confused about Downtown Property PILOTs?

Learn how Downtown Property PILOTs help put blighted properties into active uses without reducing taxes.
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New Development Shaping Downtown
More than $3 billion in new development projects are underway in Downtown. Check out this overview to see how Downtown is changing.
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