contact the folks at Silky Sullivans and propose to them to finish their building for a fair fee. I mean, they have a great location, but it's so underserved as they could have a great balcony or two and turn that place into a cash cow.
As it stands now all it does is collect people who don't want to go inside an establishment and it's looks do not help Beale Street one bit.
Smart people would be well advised to buy up property in Memphis. Money is trickling into the city at a slow pace and well one day it'll really be something and you who that read this will say to yourself.
Gee, I wish I would have bought up some of this property and land.
I mean, go walk up on Main Street where the Street Cars go up and down. HUGE opportunities. All it will take is for a multi-national corporation to move into the area and price will no doubt jump.