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 proprietor of TwoBrokeBartenders.com, co-owner/operator of the local restaurant group PartyMemphis.com, works as a development consultant and is an affiliate broker at 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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economic development incentives Union Row

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