Downtown Memphis makes strides to a more walkable future

By , Daily Memphian Updated: December 24, 2022 2:51 PM CT | Published: December 24, 2022 4:00 AM CT

As an influx of projects slowly but surely rise against Downtown Memphis’ horizon, the city inches toward walkability. But “you don’t get walkable communities thinking solely of pedestrians.”


Downtown Memphis Butler Row Downtown Memphis Commission Tom Lee Park Walkability Subscriber Only

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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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