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In this week’s About Town, there’s a new plan to transform Midtown’s “blue dog” office building into apartments, and Downtown’s Big River Market is in the market for a new owner. Plus, a new group wants to bring back the Mid-South Coliseum, and the Environmental Protection Agency stops in South Memphis to discuss proposed regulations to limit cancer-causing emissions.

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Built in 1965, the building includes 400 parking spaces in a four-story garage and 156,342 square feet of leasable office space in the 10 floors above.

Downtown's Big River Market for sale By
EPA comes to Memphis for EtO emissions feedback By
Conservancy could save Mid-South Coliseum By
Opinion: Don't destroy the Coliseum, re-create it By
Jamaican chef living his dream with Memphis food truck By
Developers of $75M fairgrounds redevelopment project ask for PILOT By
$10 deal: Taco Antrax's Quesadilla de Huitlacoche By


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