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1. Chisley Named CEO of Methodist North Hospital -

Gyasi C. Chisley has joined Methodist North Hospital as CEO. In his new role, Chisley will lead thousands of associates and aligned and contracted medical staff. He says that as health care transitions from volume to value, his platform is to grow outpatient practices, physicians and services while creating a viable patient-centered environment.

2. SoFo Hotel Awarded 20-Year Tax Freeze -

The Center City Revenue Finance Corp. has awarded a tax freeze to developers planning an 11-story, roughly 300-room hotel across from FedExForum that will save the project more than $15 million in taxes.

3. SoFo Hotel Awarded 20-Year Tax Freeze -

The Center City Revenue Finance Corp. has awarded a tax freeze to developers planning an 11-story, roughly 300-room hotel across from FedExForum that will save the project more than $15 million in taxes.

4. CCC Names Finalists for President Post -

A field of more than 80 candidates who applied for the job of Center City Commission president and CEO has been winnowed down to three finalists.

After an intensive session of interviews with a short list of seven candidates, the CCC’s executive search committee is bringing back three for one last round of interviews with Downtown stakeholders, CCC board members and staff.

5. Applicants Submit Resumes to Lead CCC -

A search for successors to departing Center City Commission president Jeff Sanford has generated significant local interest.

6. Applicants Submit Resumes to Head CCC -

A search for successors to departing Center City Commission president Jeff Sanford has generated significant local interest.

Out of more than 70 applicants who submitted resumes to the CCC’s executive search team, the field appears to be narrowing to around 20 people who most closely fit the job description.

7. Events -

Rhodes College will host speaker Qubad Talabani, United States representative of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq and son of the current president of Iraq, today at 7 p.m. in Blount Auditorium of Buckman Hall. Talabani will present “Iraq: As U.S. Forces Stand Down, Who is Standing Up?”

8. Events -

The Fifth Annual Professionalism Seminar will be held today from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphrey’s School of Law. The seminar’s theme is “Lincoln on Professionalism” and will discuss President Abraham Lincoln’s qualities of legal and personal professionalism. To register, contact Lesia Beach at 527-3573 or lbeach@memphisbar.org.

9. Events -

The Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence will hold a workshop today from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at its office, 5100 Poplar Ave., Suite 502. Fayre Crossley, director of the Grant Center, will speak. Cost is $99 for members, $150 for nonmembers and $89 for those in the Program for Nonprofit Excellence. For more information, call 684-6605 or visit www.npexcellence.org.

10. Lowery Transition Team In Place -

Incoming Memphis Mayor Myron Lowery has named his transition team.

The five member team will be headed by City Council member Bill Boyd who is a former city division director, heading the Public Services division under Mayor Wyeth Chandler. The district two representative assisted in another city political transition in the 1960s. As a city employee, Boyd was part of the transition of city government to the then new City Hall in 1967.

11. UPDATE: Lowery Transition Team Includes Boyd, Sammons and Rubin -

Incoming Memphis Mayor Myron Lowery has named his transition team.

The five member team will be headed by City Council member Bill Boyd who is a former city division director, heading the Public Service division under Mayor Wyeth Chandler. The district two representative assisted in another city political transition in the 1960s. As a city employee, Boyd was part of the transition of city government to the then new City Hall in 1967.

12. New Binghampton Senior Facility Planned -

Two generations ago, Darrell Cobbins’ grandfather developed one of Memphis’ first black middle-income communities called Lakeview Gardens.

Over the next couple of years, Cobbins, a commercial real estate developer and broker, will bring a 133-unit senior housing facility to Binghampton, and he’ll pay homage to his real estate lineage by calling it Lakeview Estates.

13. Mayor to Unveil Minority Developers' Initiative -

Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton wants more women and other minority businesspeople to learn the fundamentals about one of the most competitive corners of the city's economy: real estate development.

That's why he's unveiling a new initiative this afternoon to do exactly that, the details of which will be made public at a City Hall press conference in the Hall of Mayors. The city is launching a new program called the Diversity Developer Incubator, though the word "incubator" in the title is not an indication the program will look like similar business incubators such as EmergeMemphis or the Mid-South Minority Business Council.

14. 'A First-Class Lady' -

For Madeleine Cooper Taylor and her late husband, Dr. Harold Taylor, it surely says something about their standing in the community that both were nominated on separate occasions - and under extraordinary circumstances - to fill seats on the Memphis City Council.

15. Events -

The Center City Commission's W/MBE (Women and Minority Business Enterprise) committee offers "Real Estate Development Deal Clinic" today from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Southwest Tennessee Community College Jess Parrish Library. The two-day course will teach aspiring real estate developers how to test the financial feasibility of proposed development projects. The fee for the course is $160 and includes all training materials. Pre-registration is required. Call Jerome Rubin, manager of diversity outreach, at 575-0581 or visit www.downtownmemphis.com for more information.

16. Events -

The eWomenNetwork accelerated networking luncheon is today from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Crescent Club, 6075 Poplar Ave., ninth floor. Lesley Torrell, director of Internet Marketing and Development for the Memphis Grizzlies, is the keynote speaker. Cost is $55. Call 210-9582 to register.

17. Class is in Session -

Once everything is ready for the students, this will be no ordinary classroom.

Instead of rows of desks, a globe and a blackboard, there likely will be few of the usual classroom props, the focus of which will be an unassuming patch of land in the Uptown community. The students, by and large, will be professionals young and old with an interest in learning the nuts and bolts of real estate development.

18. SoFo Project Highlights New Development Hotspot -

The four-story, $3.9 million hotel being planned for a long-abandoned Downtown neighborhood will be a one-of-a-kind piece of real estate once it's finished.

It's the first major project in Downtown's South Forum, or SoFo, area, so wracked over the years by urban blight that it's now mostly occupied by vacant, weed-choked lots and dilapidated buildings, some that are barely standing. The hotel, an 81-room Microtel Inn & Suites, will be built on 1.4 acres along Second Street.

19. CCC Initiative Seeks to Train New Developers -

Sometimes it seems there's no limit to the imagination of Downtown developers, especially since the urban renewal that has already swept through much of the area is now moving to the fringes of Downtown, where vacant land, underutilized buildings and historic structures all could use a new beginning.

20. Archived Article: Downtown (lead) - Downtown Market Study

Study Reveals Downtowns Strengths

Growing population paves way for rapid development

LANCE ALLAN

The Daily News

People work, live, eat and play in Downtown Memphis. That fact is nothing new.

But when the Cente...

21. Archived Article: Downtown (lead) - Downtown Growth

Downtown Readies for Business Growth

More amenities, businesses move in as population rises

LANCE ALLAN

The Daily News

Many factors have led to the rebirth of Downtown Memphis, from development of Peabody Place, AutoZo...

22. Archived Article: Budget (lead) - By STACEY PETSCHAUER Council wrangles with 2000 budget By STACEY PETSCHAUER THE DAILY NEWS The millennium bug is not the only topic of year 2000 conversation going on in Memphis. Currently, the City Council is working to approve the citys 2000 budge...

23. Archived Article: Gov't (lead) - Design of Hickory Hill parks begins Hickory Hill parks are in design stage By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News Two city parks for the newly annexed Hickory Hill area will be the topic of community meetings set for Monday and Tuesday. Residents of Hickor...

24. Archived Article: Prevailing Wage 1 - By STACEY PETSCHAUER Battle lines forming over prevailing wage EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of a multi-part series on the prevailing wage issue currently under discussion by the Memphis City Council. By STACEY PETSCHAUER THE DAILY NEWS Sparks ar...

25. Archived Article: Gov't (lead) - As residents of the newly annexed Hickory Hill area settle into their new Memphis designation, the transition from county to city has not been without growing pains Council to meet with Hickory Hill residents By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News As resid...

26. Archived Article: Council (bott) - By STACEY PETSCHAUER City Council starts new year by revisiting the old By STACEY PETSCHAUER The Daily News Memphis City Council will start the new year by reverting back to an old way of doing things. Council committee meetings now will be held on ...

27. Archived Article: Memos - Sheila Collins has been promoted to vice president at Arnoult & Associates Sheila Collins has been promoted to vice president at Arnoult & Associates. She formerly was project director and operations manager. Collins has an undergraduate deg...

28. Archived Article: Lightrailmata - 1-24-97 Lightrailmata.gs Riding the rail Regional system gathers support as officials look at funding By GABRIELLE C.L. SONGE The Daily News After inching along for several years, metropolitan Memphis appears to be moving at warp speed in creating a...

29. Archived Article: City Council - notes 11-12 city council.gs Council approves convention center planning, delays $49.5 million By GABRIELLE C.L. SONGE The Daily News A City Council budget committee approved on Tuesday the transfer of $500,000 to begin the planning process for a new...

30. Archived Article: Park Commission - 5/10 jts park commission Park Commission wants facilities master plan By JAMES SNYDER The Daily News Memphis Park Commission wants to develop a facilities master plan to determine needs and uses of the citys public parks and centers. The commission ...

31. Archived Article: Calendar - 03-04 Calendar March 4 Fidelity Investments will offer an estate planning seminar at noon at the Summit Club, 5100 Poplar Ave. For more information on the free seminar, call 1-800-452-9936. City Councilman Jerome Rubin and Mayor W. W. Herenton will ...

32. Archived Article: Govt Briefs - 03-01 Govt briefs Susan Estrich, a nationally syndicated columnist for USA Today and the national campaign manager for 1988 presidential candidate Michael Dukakis, will discuss "Politics, Politicians and the People" on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m....