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Furnished Corporate Housing in Memphis, TN

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Memphis Tennessee

Memphis, Tennessee is the second largest city in the state and is located on the Mississippi River. With a population of around 1.4 million and a diver cultural mix, it’s a fascinating city to live, visit or work in.

Memphis may be known for its place in the Civil Rights Movement and Elvis Presley but there is a lot more going on than history. It plays an important part in local life but there is more to Memphis life than the past. It is a forward-looking city that has undergone modernization over the past couple of decades and looks and feels better for it.

There are still historical neighborhoods and some of that original city character remaining though.

Corporate housing in Memphis is primarily furnished apartments and condominiums. Some will be in new purpose-built developments while some in converted historical buildings.

Employment in Memphis

Thanks to its position on the Mississippi River, transportation has been a mainstay of the local economy. This has diversified into other areas too but freight and transport still have quite an influence here.

Major employers in Memphis include FedEx, International Paper, AutoZone, Methodist Healthcare, Baptist Memorial Healthcare Corp., Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Naval Support Activity Mid-South, Park Place Entertainment, University of Tennessee, University of Memphis, Memphis, Internal Revenue Service, Kroger Delta Marketing

Medical centers in Memphis include St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Regional Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital, Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center and UT Medical Group, Inc.

Memphis life

The resurgence of Memphis has made a much more interesting place to spend time. The balance of the new and the restored historical buildings has retained the character while offering a lot more in terms of entertainment.

Neighborhoods of Memphis include Central Business District, Edge District, Harbor Town, Linden, Medical District, Pinch District, South Forum, South Main Arts District, Speedway Terrace, Uptown/Greenlaw, Victorian Village, Warehouse District, Winchester Park and Midtown.

Things to see and do in Memphis include Downtown Memphis, Beale Street, Mississippi River, National Civil Rights Museum, Belz Museum of Asian & Judaic Art, Fire Museum of Memphis, Mud Island River Park, Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, Sun Studio, Memphis Zoo, The Pink Palace Museum, Graceland and Overton Park.

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Memphis, Tennessee