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  • Target Corp.Chooses Memphis for the Development of $50M Online Fulfillment Center

    Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty and Target Corporation just announced that Memphis has been chosen for the development of a new, 900,000-square-foot , online fulfillment center. Target will be investing almost $50 million in the new facility, which will bring more than 400 jobs in Shelby County. The new facility, which has been slated to be operational by mid-2015, will be managed by Innotrac and will service the Southeast United States. Hiring is set to begin early 2015.

    South 12 December 2014 22:58
  • Unilever Announces $108M Expansion; Olive Branch Gets 25KSF HomeGoods

    The Greater Memphis Area is about to be one retail option richer, with a HomeGoods store set to open in early October in the submarket if Olive Branch.

    South 20 September 2013 19:24

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