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1. Making Way -

The $191 million transformation of The Pyramid into a Bass Pro Shops superstore by August 2013 will have an effect not only on local tourism but also on surrounding commercial real estate.

The 21,000-square-foot office building at 400 N. Front St. is a prime example. The 100-year-old space has been owned and occupied by Greg Ericson of Ericson Group Inc. for the last 14 years.

2. Ambulance Co. Signs New Lease, Ups Space -

A Nashville-based health care company is expanding its Memphis presence. First Call Ambulance Services LLC has signed a three-year, 13,500-square-foot lease at 5155 Wilfong Road, more than doubling its existing space on Federal Avenue.

3. Pyramid Theme Park Backers Resurface in Boston -

The Orlando-based financial company that had backed a proposed conversion of The Pyramid to a theme park has surfaced again in the Boston area.

This week, plans for a $550 million movie studio called Plymouth Rock Studios were put on hold as questions grew about Prosperity International – the Florida company that less than a month ago agreed to finance the project.

4. Ericson Group Inc. Receives Training Grant -

Ericson Group Inc. of Memphis has received a $25,000 grant from the Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development to train seven employees in sales techniques, product information, product sourcing and computer training.

5. Council Members Raise Questions About Riverfront Control -

The Memphis City Council has signaled it may begin taking a more hands-on approach than it once did concerning the quasi-governmental entity that manages a five-mile stretch of riverfront Downtown.

6. Bodies Politick Shift Pyramid Finance Issue To Third Parties -

Two accounting and public finance companies have been hired to look over the finances of the two companies vying for use of The Pyramid.

Taking on the two firms became a necessary next step in the political process of figuring out a new use for The Pyramid after a lopsided recommendation by the Herenton administration in favor of Bass Pro Shops over the Ericson Group.

7. Pyramid Future Remains Unknown Despite Bass Pro Exec Visit -

The head of Bass Pro Shops picked an interesting day to visit Memphis.

Bass Pro President and CEO Jim Hagale held a series of private meetings Downtown Thursday with city and county government leaders. The meetings came within an hour of a private luncheon a few blocks away in which Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton announced he is resigning effective at the end of July.

8. Bass Pro CEO to Meet With Local Officials in Memphis Thursday -

The president and chief executive officer of Bass Pro Shops is coming to Memphis this week to meet with local elected leaders. It is the first meeting Jim Hagale has had with the leaders who will ultimately decide whether the hunting and fishing retailer builds a store and other attractions in The Pyramid.

9. Pyramid Working GroupCould be Back in Mix -      The Memphis City Council-Shelby County Board of Commissioners working group on The Pyramid appears to be back on despite earlier word that Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton's administration had nixed the idea.
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10. Turley Looks East But Keeps an Eye Downtown -

Downtown developer Henry Turley is going east these days. The developer of Harbor Town, South Bluffs, parts of South Main and other Downtown projects is touting the Mid-South Fairgrounds these days.

11. Arena Talks Appear Fraught With Motives, Real or Imagined -

Shelby County Board of Commissioners member Sidney Chism had been talking for months about the county washing its hands of its minority ownership share in The Pyramid. It was his way of expressing his frustration with what he sees as the micromanagement by some on the commission of talks to find a use for the vacant arena.

12. Public Officials Move Cautiously With Would-Be Pyramid Backers -

The main financial backer of the proposal to put a theme park and other attractions in The Pyramid said in a letter this week that calls by some elected leaders to show them the money have already been answered.

13. Officials Want Would-Be Pyramid Developers To Put Up or Shut Up -

Shelby County Board of Commissioners members and their counterparts on the Memphis City Council don't seem to be interested in seeing anymore artist renderings or PowerPoint presentations of what might be in The Pyramid.

14. Working Group May Be Key To Pyramid Plans -

Members of the Shelby County Board of Commissioners and Memphis City Council have an informal consensus that they will hire a team of financial and real estate experts to negotiate with the two companies that want to develop The Pyramid.

15. Working Group May Be Key To Pyramid Plans -

Members of the Shelby County Board of Commissioners and Memphis City Council have an informal consensus that they will hire a team of financial and real estate experts to negotiate with the two companies that want to develop The Pyramid.

16. Joint City, County SessionTo be Held Today -      The Shelby County Board of Commissioners and Memphis City Council are scheduled to hold a joint committee session today at 1:30 p.m. at 160 N. Main St. to discuss the Ericson Group's Pyramid Harbor proposal.
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17. Too Much 'Rancor' Creeps in to Bass Pro Deliberations -

Day two of the Bass Pro Pyramid road show came with political overtones, a quick exodus from a meeting room and agreement that the retailer probably won't pay any rent to the city and county.

Pyramid project director Robert Lipscomb Wednesday presented terms of the tentative development agreement to Shelby County Board of Commissioners. Memphis City Council members were briefed Tuesday.

18. County Commission Hears Details of Bass Pro Proposal -

Pyramid developer Greg Ericson got to sit at the same table as city leaders negotiating the Bass Pro Shops development deal Wednesday before Shelby County Commissioners. But the city’s project manager, Robert Lipscomb, consultant Tom Marshall and three commissioners left the room.

19. All's Fair in Love and Pyramid Negotiations -

The early reviews are in. And nothing appears certain in plans to let Bass Pro Shops develop The Pyramid.

Even the stability of The Pyramid was in doubt as Memphis City Council members and members of the Shelby County Board of Commissioners got their first look this week at a tentative development agreement between Bass Pro and the local governments.

20. Seismic Concerns Leave Pyramid-Bass Pro Terms Still Shaky -

The city of Memphis approached Bass Pro Shops in 2005 about developing a store and other attractions in The Pyramid. That was one of the disclosures made Tuesday by Robert Lipscomb, the Herenton administration’s point man on the Pyramid development plan.

21. County Commission Hears Details of Bass Pro Proposal -

Pyramid developer Greg Ericson got to sit at the same table as city leaders negotiating the Bass Pro Shops development deal today before Shelby County Commissioners. But the city’s project manager, Robert Lipscomb, consultant Tom Marshall and three commissioners left the room.

22. Seismic Concerns Leave Pyramid-Bass Pro Terms Still Shaky -

The city of Memphis approached Bass Pro Shops in 2005 about developing a store and other attractions in The Pyramid. That was one of the disclosures made today by Robert Lipscomb, the Herenton administration’s point man on the Pyramid development plan.

23. Mattila Vows Not to Cause Shake-Up; Wharton Concerned Over Bass Pro Deal -

Shelby County Trustee Paul Mattila doesn't plan to make any changes in faces at the office he took over this week after winning appointment by the Shelby County Board of Commissioners.

Mattila secured the appointment during a busy day at the County Building that saw Shelby County Mayor A C Wharton Jr. react for the first time to proposed terms of development of The Pyramid by Bass Pro Shops.

24. Sands - and Plans - Shift in Pyramid Deliberations -

At least one Memphis City Council member expects changes to the tentative terms of a development agreement between local government and Bass Pro Shops for use of The Pyramid. Meanwhile, the developer of the rival Pyramid Harbor project has made some changes to his plans already.

25. Sands Shift in Pyramid Saga -

At least one Memphis City Council member expects changes to the tentative terms of a development agreement between local government and Bass Pro Shops for use of The Pyramid. Meanwhile, the developer of the rival Pyramid Harbor project has made some changes to his plans already.

26. Sands Shift in Pyramid Saga -

At least one Memphis City Council member expects changes to the tentative terms of a development agreement between local government and Bass Pro Shops for use of The Pyramid. Meanwhile, the developer of the rival Pyramid Harbor project has made some changes to his plans already.

27. Bass Pro Deal Signed But Not Yet Delivered -

It took three years to get to Thursday's deadline-meeting letter of intent between local government and Bass Pro Shops. Full details still were not available at press time Friday. The critical questions about the details are even further down the road.

28. City, County Reach Tentative Deal With Bass Pro -

The city of Memphis and Shelby County government have a tentative deal with Bass Pro Shops to develop The Pyramid.

Word of a deal, but no terms, emerged Thursday evening after three years of negotiations with Bass Pro executives. The close of business Thursday marked the expiration of a third non-binding letter of intent between city and county government and the sporting goods chain of stores.

29. City, County Reach Tentative Deal With Bass Pro -

The city of Memphis and Shelby County government have a tentative deal with Bass Pro Shops to develop The Pyramid.

Word of a deal, but no terms, emerged Thursday evening after three years of negotiations with Bass Pro executives. The close of business Thursday marked the expiration of a third non-binding letter of intent between city and county government and the sporting goods chain of stores.

30. City, County Reach Tentative Deal With Bass Pro -

The city of Memphis and Shelby County government have a tentative deal with Bass Pro Shops to develop The Pyramid.

Word of a deal, but no terms, emerged tonight after three years of negotiations with Bass Pro executives. The close of business today marked the expiration of a third non-binding letter of intent between city and county government and the sporting goods chain of stores.

31. Herenton Pitches Options for Convention Center -

Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton wants to look at either building a new convention center Downtown or expanding the existing Memphis Cook Convention Center. Herenton made the formal pitch during a speech Tuesday at the Memphis Rotary Club. The Daily News first reported Thursday that the idea was being pursued by the administration.

32. Herenton Pitches Options for Convention Center -

Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton wants to look at either building a new convention center Downtown or expanding the existing Memphis Cook Convention Center. Herenton made the formal pitch during a speech today at the Memphis Rotary Club. The Daily News first reported Thursday that the idea was being pursued by the administration.

33. Wharton Bids Goodbye to Payroll Tax -

Shelby County Mayor A C Wharton Jr. is dropping the idea of a payroll or privilege tax. The flat rate tax applied to anyone who works in Shelby County, whether they live in the county or not, and would have required action by the Tennessee legislature. Wharton told members of the Shelby County Board of Commissioners Monday, “It would be unduly naïve of me to say we would face any success.”

34. Wharton Bids Goodbye to Payroll Tax -

Shelby County Mayor A C Wharton Jr. is dropping the idea of a payroll or privilege tax. The flat rate tax applied to anyone who works in Shelby County, whether they live in the county or not, and would have required action by the Tennessee legislature.

35. Potential Pyramid Investor A Global Player -

His financial partners are in Europe. His investment fund is based in Asia and Michael F. Burgess has managed the construction of 13 hotel projects on nine Carribean islands in a four-decade career that defines the term "far flung."

36. Pyramid And Fairgrounds Intertwine -

Perhaps it was only a matter of time before the concept of consolidation applied itself to the two most complex civic adventures other than a local government merger.

The issues of a reuse plan for The Pyramid and the redevelopment of the Mid-South Fairgrounds have been tentatively joined. And nothing could personify the tentativeness better than the Zippin Pippin rollercoaster.

37. Save Libertyland!, Ericson Reach Deal for Zippin Pippin -

The group that may or may not own the Zippin Pippin has reached an agreement with one of the companies that wants to develop attractions in and around The Pyramid.

Steve Mulroy of Save Libertyland! Inc. announced Monday afternoon the group has agreed to let the Ericson Group move and renovate the Zippin Pippin roller coaster as part of Greg Ericson’s $250 million plan for The Pyramid, Mud Island and the surrounding riverfront.

38. Save Libertyland!, Ericson Reach Deal for Zippin Pippin -

The group that may or may not own the Zippin Pippin has reached an agreement with one of the companies that wants to develop attractions in and around The Pyramid.

Steve Mulroy of Save Libertyland! Inc. announced Monday afternoon the group has agreed to let the Ericson Group move and renovate the Zippin Pippin roller coaster as part of Greg Ericson’s $250 million plan for The Pyramid, Mud Island and the surrounding riverfront.

39. Herenton To Take Oath Tuesday -

Mayor Willie Herenton will kick off his fifth term in office Tuesday.

Herenton and all 13 Memphis City Council members elected this year will begin new four-year terms by taking their respective oaths of office at noon at The Cannon Center for the Performing Arts. U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., will be the featured speaker.

40. History Lesson Serves As Cautionary Tale For The Pyramid -

When Brad Fain of Prosperity International looked at the Memphis riverfront around The Pyramid recently, he saw something that wasn't there. But he also missed a key part of the mental landscape.

Fain's Orlando investment company is one of the two out-of-town financial partners in the Ericson Group's $250 million plan to turn The Pyramid into Pyramid Adventure theme park and develop Mud Island park as well as other parts of the riverfront. The other is Essex Investment Partners of New York.

41. Commission Remains Tight-Lipped About Pyramid -

Shelby County commissioners weren't in the mood this week to say much about the new proposal to turn The Pyramid into a theme park. The $250 million Pyramid Adventure theme park idea that includes surrounding riverfront development got good reviews last week before commissioners.

42. Big Ideas -

The Shelby County Board of Commissioners will vote Monday on a resolution that suggests county leaders not extend a letter of intent for Bass Pro Shops to develop attractions in The Pyramid.

The resolution by Commissioner Steve Mulroy cleared a committee this week on a 6-2 vote as developer Greg Ericson outlined an expanded $250 million plan to build a "first class Disney-esque indoor theme park" in The Pyramid.

43. Café Francisco Closes in Shadow of Pyramid -

While city leaders debate over what to do with the 32-story Pyramid arena, business owners in the shadow of the hulking, empty structure are watching the area decline right before their eyes, unsure of when or if things will change.

44. Archived Article -

7761 U.S. 64
Memphis, TN 38133
Sale Amount: $17 million

Sale Date: July 7, 2006

Buyer: TENN CMX Owner LLC

45. Ericson Group PropertyFinanced for $1.5 Million -      Ericson & Associates LLC has filed a $1.5 million leasehold mortgage through Lehman Brothers Bank FSB for a 20,130-square-foot warehouse at 400 N. Front St. across from The Pyramid. Built in 1916, the two-story renovated

46. Archived Article: Newsmakers - Holiday Inn Founder to Receive Legacy Award

Holiday Inn Founder to Receive Legacy Award

The late Kemmons Wilson, founder of Holiday Inn, was named the recipient of the Memphis Area Association of Realtors Commercial Councils Legacy Award. The ...

47. Archived Article: Gov't (ccrfc) - Board considers Board considers tax abatements By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News Two projects located in the shadow of the Pyramid Arena will be considered by the Center City Revenue Finance Corp. today. Among business considered by the board are paym...