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1. Houston Levee Parcel Sells for $1 Million
- Tuesday, April 22, 2014
A vacant 1.4-acre parcel at Houston Levee Road and Poplar Avenue in Collierville has traded hands for $932,700.
PHD @ Houston Levee LLC bought the land in a November 6 special warranty deed from Interface Houston Levee LLC. Though the sale closed in November, the Shelby County Register of Deeds didn’t process the paperwork until last week.
2. Memphis-Based EdR Wins Four Innovator Awards
- Wednesday, June 06, 2012
EdR – a Memphis-based developer, owner and manager of collegiate housing – recently received four Innovator Awards at the 2012 Interface Conference sponsored by Student Housing Business magazine.
3. Interface Properties Re-Enters Memphis Market
- Tuesday, October 07, 2008
A Florida development company absent from the Memphis market for the past few years is returning to the area with plans to develop outparcels at a Collierville retail center and a Germantown hotel.
4. Florida Company Buys Collierville Outparcel
- Friday, October 03, 2008
Interface Houston Levee LLC, a local entity related to Boca Raton, Fla.-based Interface Properties Inc., has paid $1.6 million for 1.37 acres in Collierville from Houston Levee Galleria Joint Venture. The land is an outparcel of the Houston Levee Galleria, a 26-acre mixed-used development on the southeast corner of Houston Levee Road and Poplar Avenue.
5. InMotion Study Finds Knee Pain Solutions
- Wednesday, April 09, 2008
When a person picks a popcorn hull from their teeth it typically leads to better feeling gums. Remove a 15-inch metal rod from the lower leg, however, and the pain does not go away.
Figuring out why that is became an engineering mystery last fall at the InMotion Musculoskeletal Institute. The answers were a major topic of discussion last month when orthopedic surgeons from all over the world gathered in San Francisco for the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.