After almost five years of nothing, Intrator puts Pinch District land on market

By , Daily Memphian Updated: March 22, 2024 1:47 PM CT | Published: March 22, 2024 4:00 AM CT

The project, which received key approvals in 2019, ran into the buzzsaw of the pandemic, and then the developer blamed higher interest rates after the pandemic for delays. 


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Samuel Hardiman

Samuel Hardiman

Samuel Hardiman is an enterprise and investigative reporter who focuses on local government and politics. A native Rhode Islander who lives in Midtown, he enjoys tennis, golf and reading.


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