Union Row points out inequities in development process

By , Guest Columnist Published: January 15, 2019 12:12 AM CT
Guest Columnist

Taylor Berger

Taylor Berger is the founder of Two Broke Bartenders and several Memphis restaurants, as well as an affiliate commercial real estate broker with Trotz Real Estate Services.

First, let me say I’m pretty much all for development, especially in the Memphis city core, but I think the massive Union Row project demonstrates an inequity in the development process that we need to examine. The beauty of this problem, however, is the solution would have a positive impact, helping create new small “infill” development across Memphis in neighborhoods that might otherwise be ignored.


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