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emphis’s Crosstown Concourse begins and ends with the arts. Opened in 2017 in a defunct, 1927 art deco Sears, Roebuck, and Company warehouse, the mixed-use development was spearheaded not by a real estate development company but by a video artist and a professor of art history. “Having

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