You have probably seen the shiny metal sculpture at the northeast corner of Poplar and Front.
Next time you are Downtown, explore it from the inside – Amazing!
Live in the heart of the city
Memphis is not as old as some of the other famous Southern towns or even some of its less famous suburbs. Antebellum homes are pretty rare. It was a pleasure to work with Shelley and Mike on the purchase of a circa 1854 home in the Uptown neighborhood.
Stacey Wiedower tells the story of Mike and Shelley’s move from New Mexico/Wyoming to inner city Memphis in her feature article in today’s Commercial Appeal.
I love working with buyers and sellers of unusual and historic properties in Downtown, Midtown, and East Memphis. Contact me if I can help you.
Disaster sells, obviously
Four of the most read posts on Joe Spake’s Weblog in 2011 were directly related to this year’s record flooding on the Mississippi River from the Memphis perspective. Interestingly the 6th most read post, about the Memphis ice storm of 1994, was written in January of 2010, and has been read consistently ever since (Maybe I accidentally worked some SEO magic.) Here are the Joe Spake’s Weblog Top 10 for 2011:
1. Mississippi River flooding- You ain’t seen nothing yet (April 4, 2011) – The water was high in April, but not nearly as high as it would be in May.
2. Flood Stage (April 26, 2011) – Actually the Mississippi River rose over 14 feet higher than the official “flood stage”.
3. NOAA raises Memphis flood crest prediction to 48 feet (May 2, 2011)
4. Why I am not following you back on Twitter (June 19, 2011) – It seems that everyone wants to get involved in Twitter, but few want to put forth the effort to engage. Think back to how much Twitter has been in the news, or actually shaped news in 2011. The growth of the 140 character messaging system will continue.
5. Quick guide to Mississippi River Conditions (January 31, 2011) – Written before the magnitude of the flood was anticipated.