TRAVURE TRAVAILS: After years of planning, amendments, adjustments, accommodations and acquiescing, developer Ray Gill is running out of patience and diplomacy regarding his TraVure development on Germantown’s west side.
“We stressed three years ago that we must have a traffic signal for the beginning of our development, not when later phases are built,” Gill said in an email. He says Germantown city leaders, who agreed to the light, are developing a reputation with developers for not sticking to their word.”
The $90 million TraVure mixed-use development met a delayed vote from the Germantown Planning Commission for a third consecutive time, and developer Ray Gill has strong words for the officials. “I’ve never in my career seen a public body do what they … Continued
Competing interests for a Poplar Avenue traffic signal have delayed the final approval of a $90 million mixed-use development in Germantown. The Germantown Planning Commission was scheduled to vote on final approval of Gill Properties’ plans for TraVure, a development that … Continued
As East Memphis Class-A office space nears capacity, lease rates reach unprecedented highs. With East Memphis Class A office space at 99 percent, and no speculative construction on the books, asking rental rates are at a premium. File art | … Continued
Citing last-minute information, the Germantown Planning Commission on Tuesday put a 30-day hold on TraVure, a dense commercial development that residents in the neighboring gated community have been fighting for months. Their concerns are part of the reason for the … Continued
The Germantown Planning Commission will consider final plan approval for a new five-story Class-A office building on the crowded Poplar Corridor Tuesday night. The new Class- A office building is part of a multi-phased planned development which includes hotels, restaurants, … Continued