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This piece of property is proposed to be offered to City South Ventures from the City of Memphis by lease or sale and used as a conference/event facility including a restaurant and tavern. It would complement the proposed Boutique Hotel (B) and include parking, water taxi docking facility, boardwalk and boat launch. An inclinator/elevator would connect the facility to the proposed hotel. This project would produce an increase in revenue for the City and would provide a higher and better use for this property.

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Rendering of Event Center, Restaurant & Tavern

 

Alternate Concept Drawing of Event Center/Multi-Family

Alternate Concept Drawing of Event Center/Multi-Family

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Approximately 1.8 acres of underutilized property in Crump Park is proposed to be offered to City South Ventures from the City of Memphis for an upscale Boutique Hotel overlooking the Mississippi River on the bluff.  It would serve as a hub and destination point for those utilizing the Harahan Bridge and Riverwalk.  This is a key project for the redevelopment of the Area and will be a big draw to tourists and would produce a significant amount of revenue for the City.

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Renderings of Boutique Hotel

Renderings of Riverwalk Inn

 

City South Ventures proposes that the Super 8 Motel be purchased from the current owners by the City.  It should be demolished or renovated as multifamily housing or motel.  Demolition is an ideal choice due to the building’s structural design as well as its suburban character which does not fit with the ideals of quality urban design that the developer is striving for in the neighborhood.  If demolished, new multi-family housing would be a desirable use.  Once demolished the property would be offered with deed restrictions to City South Ventures for development or may be sold to another developer through an open bid process.

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Crump Plaza Renderings

Crump Plaza Renderings

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Rendering of Multi-use Building at SE Corner of Alston and Metal Museum Drive

Rendering of Multi-use Building at SE Corner of Alston and Metal Museum Drive

This property is currently owned by DesSoto Pointe Partners and would be purchased by City South Ventures. The proposed building has possible “flex use” on the ground floor and multi-family housing above and will act as one of the cornerstones to the development.

E. This property is currently owned by DeSoto Pointe Partners and would be purchased by City South Ventures.  This building lies in the gateway to the city and this community development project.  As a long term contributor to blight on the community, it has been singled out by City administration as a top priority.  The proposed renovation creates a less suburban design and would also be mixed-use with flex use on the ground floor and multi-family above.  The adaptive reuse and/or the redevelopment of this property is critical for the future success of the overall project.  Development cost analysis for this project is included in the Cost & Implementation section of this plan.

Rendering of Renovated Quality Inn Hotel (Multi-family)

Rendering of Southpoint (Multi-family)

All Projects FThis property, which is currently and RV park is to be purchased by the City, demolished and offered with deed restrictions to City South Ventures for development or may be sold to another developer through an open bid process.  The property is proposed to be redeveloped as commercial and/or multi-family housing.

 

All Projects GThis property is proposed to be purchased from TDOT and the City of Memphis by City South Ventures and redeveloped as commercial with parking in the rear.

 

This historically significant property is currently owned by DeSoto Pointe Partners and would be purchased by City South Ventures.  It will be renovated and used as approximately 64 multi-family units.  This project is the main catalyst for the entire redevelopment area and is proposed to be the first to undergo construction in the plan.  Development cost analysis for this project is included in the Cost & Implementation section of this plan.

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This property is currently owned by DeSoto Pointe Partners and would be purchased by City South Ventures.  This historic building will be renovated and used as four multi-family units.

Rendering of Renovated Nurses Building

Marine Hospital (maintenance building) 

This property is currently owned by DeSoto Pointe Partners and would be purchased by City South Ventures.  This historic building will be renovated and used as approximately eight multi-family units.

 

 

 

Marine Hospital (outparcel) 

This property is currently owned by DeSoto Pointe Partners and would be purchased by City South Ventures.  This vacant land will be developed into approximately eight rental townhomes at the east perimeter of the property.

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This 1.7 acre vacant property would be offered to all developers via an open bid process with restrictions from the City of Memphis. The restrictions would require development of multi-family on Metal Museum Drive and single family housing on Riverside Boulevard that fits the character of this Master Plan and the neighborhood residences.

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Renderings of Multi-Family on 1.7 Acre City of Memphis Owned Property

Renderings of Multi-Family on 1.7 Acre City of Memphis Owned Property

This property is proposed to be purchased from TDOT and the City of Memphis by City South Ventures and redeveloped as mixed-use with parking in the rear.

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This .87 acre property located south and east of Riverside is proposed to be leased from the City of Memphis and shared by the community as a garden.

Location of Proposed Community Garden

Location of Proposed Community Garden

It is proposed that this building and tenant remain in place; however, City South Ventures may offer to trade property for other office location within the area.

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Cotton Gin Association

Cotton Gin Association

This vacant property would be offered to all developers via an open bid process with restrictions from the City of Memphis. The restrictions would require development of multi-family.  Currently this is seen as a great potential for a Senior living facility.

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This property would be offered to all developers via an open bid process with restrictions from the City of Memphis that would require redevelopment as duplex or single family housing that fits the character of this Master Plan.

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These properties are proposed to be offered to City South Ventures from the City and TDOT or sold to another developer through an open bid process.  They will be redeveloped as commercial and/or multi-family residential.

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It is proposed that the City of Memphis purchase this property and after interior demolition and all abatement offered to City South Ventures or sold to another developer through an open bid process.  The property would be developed as commercial and/or multi-family residential.

Rendering of Pennsylvania Partners Property

Rendering of Pennsylvania Partners Property

It is proposed that the City of Memphis purchase this property and after demolition and abatement offered to City South Ventures or sold to another developer through an open bid process. The property would be developed as commercial or multi-family.

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