Midtown's Next Big Thing: 

What Works and Why

With suburban sprawl derailed by energy costs and subprimes and downtown sleeping off the condo hangover and arena fatigue, attention has shifted to some potentially big deals in Midtown. One of them, proposed by Memphis developer Henry Turley, would redevelop the Mid-South…

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