The Tennessee Brewery

The focal point of this project is a 65,000 square-foot, 7-story brewery building constructed in 1890. The renovated space will feature 44 apartments, 10,000 square feet of office space and 5,000 square feet of restaurant space. New construction consists of the following:

  • The Wash House - an 85,400 square-foot, 6-story, metal-stud framed building with 87 apartments
  • The Bottle Shop - a 17,600 square foot, 4-story, wood framed building with 18 apartments and 810 square feet of commercial space
  • Attached parking garage – a 4 ½ story, 110,900 square foot pre-cast concrete garage with 359 parking spaces

MacClellan Building

This project involves the restoration of a 100,000 square-foot historic hotel in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee into a 90-apartment development with 6,000 square feet of available retail space.

266 Front Street

This 77-Unit, 3-story apartment building in downtown Memphis consists of 68 one-bedroom units and nine, two-bedroom units. 

First Tennessee Building - Chattanooga

Shell improvements, asbestos abatement, and code upgrades for the first four floors of an existing office building in Chattanooga, TN. This work includes upgrades to the fire-rating of the existing structure, installation of a fire sprinkler system, a new egress stair, and separation of the existing MEP systems of the first four floors from the rest of the building for a future apartment build out. 

Project also includes the interior build out of three floors for the First Tennessee offices and branch in Chattanooga, TN. This includes demolition of the existing offices, two new floors of office space, and a new downtown bank branch.

Art Space

Located in the South Main Historic Arts District in Memphis, TN, the 80,000 square-foot Art Space Lofts project involves the renovation of a historic, three-story, warehouse and the new construction of an adjacent, four-story, apartment building. This mixed-use arts facility will include 58 affordable live/work units, a community gallery space, outdoor arts garden, and parking for artists and their families.

Raleigh Springs Mall Demolition 

This project entails the demolition of the entire 720,000 square-foot mall structure and slab in preparation for the future Raleigh Springs Town Center development of the site.

Hickman Building

Built in 1926, the eight-story, neo-gothic Hickman Building was previously listed on the Downtown Memphis Commission’s “Dirty Dozen” of boarded-up properties that it would like to see rehabilitated. The 78,300 square-foot building will house 5,000 square feet of retail on the ground floor, 40 apartments on the middle floors and offices for the investment management firm, SouthernSun Asset Management, on the top two floors. MMC is currently providing interior demolition and asbestos remediation services with interior construction beginning upon completion of the demo phase.

St John Orthodox Church

This new parish hall will add approximately 6,000 square feet of new space to the existing church building. The new space will be connected to the existing building and will include space for a kitchen, dining area, and restroom accommodations.

Tri-Delta Sorority House

16,500 square-foot renovation and expansion for a new chapter room and living spaces at the Tri-Delta Sorority House at the University of Mississippi. The interior renovations consist of remodeling the existing bathrooms, living spaces and common spaces to accommodate the expanded room capacity. New interior finishes will feature luxury vinyl plank flooring, ceramic tile, custom millwork, and quartz countertops.

Aspire Phase II 

A 48,750 square-foot renovation of a Haverty's Furniture store into an elementary charter school consisting of 22-classrooms and other educational spaces, common support elements such as administrative offices, cafeteria, library, multi-purpose room and meeting spaces.

Memphis Grand Carousel

The Memphis Grand Carousel is a 19,000 square-foot expansion to the current Children’s Museum of Memphis that will house the refurbished 1906 Grand Carousel of Memphis. In addition to housing the historic carousel, the additional space will also include an event space (with support spaces) to serve those visiting the museum, and those renting spaces from the museum for separate events.

Uncommon Oxford

This 110,000 square-foot podium development in Oxford, Mississippi will feature a 3-floor parking garage below grade, retail on the first floor and 68 apartments for student housing on the three upper floors.

Walnut Grove Animal Clinic

7,300 square-foot daycare/boarding facility with a washing and grooming area and K-9 turf yard. In addition, 6,800 square feet of the existing clinic building will be renovated to tie the three existing buildings together. The site upgrades include a new parking lot, sidewalks, landscaping and fencing.

The Nine

The Nine at Memphis will be a five-story, 114-unit student housing community located adjacent to the University of Memphis. The Nine will provide residents with luxurious amenities such as a resort-style swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, 7,700 square-foot clubhouse, community café and much more. It will offer a mix of 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom, fully-furnished units with private bathrooms for each bedroom.