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$1.3M building permit filed for empty Midtown lot

Meagan Nichols
American City Business Journals

A Nashville-based bank is ready to make a seven-figure brick-and-mortar investment in Midtown Memphis. Plans surfaced back in August when Pinnacle Financial Partners submitted an application to the Shelby County Board of Adjustment to build a new bank branch at the corner of Union Avenue and Rozelle Street. “That corner of Union Avenue is a great location, and we are excited to help lead the reuse of that property,” said Kirk Bailey, Memphis chairman for Pinnacle.