Historic Dixie Greyhound Station, Schlitz Brewery to see new life

By , Daily Memphian Updated: July 19, 2022 11:47 AM CT | Published: July 19, 2022 4:00 AM CT

The $44 million Uptown redevelopment project is expected to begin later this summer. But the original office of Dixie Greyhound chairman James Frederick Smith — his title still on the door — will be kept much as it is today. 


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Neil Strebig

Neil Strebig

Neil Strebig is a chef turned journalist covering economic development and commercial real estate for The Daily Memphian. He grew up in Pennsylvania and has worked at media outlets including the York Daily Record/USA Today Network and most recently as Report for America Corps Member with Lookout Santa Cruz. He is a graduate of Point Park University in Pittsburgh.


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