VOL. 122 | NO. 234 | Monday, December 10, 2007
Lower permit filings could signal real estate correction
For just the fourth time in almost four years, Shelby County home sales exceeded building permits in a single quarter, chipping away at inventory and giving the local real estate profession some much-needed good news during the holiday season.
A major item has been checked off billionaire entertainment mogul Robert Sillerman's to-do list as he presses forward with a massive redevelopment of Graceland and the surrounding neighborhood.
Loice DeBerry and Jerry Hamlett represent a number of investors who are seeking entrepreneurial independence and success by purchasing a franchise from an already established business.
The sale of Memphis Networx to Communications Infrastructure Investments (CII) of Louisville, Colo., is now a "contested case" before the Tennessee Regulatory Authority.
The future of Libertyland's Zippin Pippin roller coaster and Grand Carousel would appear to be bright even though neither one has been used in a while.
GROUNDBREAKING ANTICIPATION: Students at St. George’s Memphis, 3749 Kimball Ave., eagerly await Friday’s groundbreaking for a $4 million expansion of the campus. It will provide new classrooms, offices, storage, a gymnasium and a dining area. The Memphis campus, which serves students in prekindergarten through fourth grade, was founded in 2001 and opened as part of a capital campaign to expand the mission of St. George’s Independent School. St. George’s has campuses in Memphis, Germantown and Collierville.