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Read the full article in the Daily Memphian. Memphis residents showed off their emerging small businesses while connecting with Alcy-Ball neighbors Saturday, April 29, at BLDG Memphis’ first MEMFix 2023 […]
Memphis Business Journal: Memphis nonprofit awarded $1M federal grant to help small businesses in distressed areas
Read the full article in the Memphis Business Journal. Nonprofit @BLDGmemphis awarded $1M federal grant to help small businesses in distressed areas, especially those owned by underserved groups such as […]
Read the full article in the Memphis Business Journal. BLDG Memphis is launching a seven-month campaign, teaming up with local CDCs and other orgs in seven different neighborhoods across the […]
HighGround News: Pop-ups, public art, and more: Street festival planned in Alcy Ball for first MEMFix event of 2023
Read the full article on High Ground News. What’s happening: This Saturday, April 29, marks the beginning of this year’s series of MEMFix events, the innovative neighborhood revitalization initiative first […]
At your first MEMFix meeting, you want to focus on three points: where, what and who. To answer these questions, it is recommended that you invite the following people to your first meeting: property and business owners, residents, neighborhood institutions, urban planning and/or architecture professionals, engineers, real estate reps, neighborhood associations, artists, college groups, community activists, nonprofit organizations, DIY-ers.
Read the full article on Memphis Flyer. Chef Derrick Clark, owner of a Square Meal on Wheels, got into the food truck business right when the ordinance loosening restrictions on […]
Read the full article on Memphis Daily News. The history at the Four-Way Restaurant is as rich and soulful as the food. The walls of the South Memphis institution are […]
Read the full article on Memphis Daily News. “I Choose Memphis” spotlights Memphians who are passionate about calling this community home. New Memphis Institute provides the profiles. Name: Amy Simpson […]
Read the full article on Memphis Commercial Appeal. Clark Tower’s owner has bought neighboring iBank Tower and plans to spruce up the acres of parking lots around the East Memphis […]