A new indoor trampoline park could be built in a mostly vacant supermarket building in Whitehaven, as the city/county economic development agency okayed a tax incentive for the project on Wednesday. The Memphis and Shelby County Economic Development Growth Engine (EDGE) awarded a 15-year community builder PILOT to Beet Capital to turn a property on the corner of Faronia and East Shelby Drive into a new family entertainment-anchored shopping center. Beet Capital, along with the property owners, Ki and Kyung Kim, plan to invest just under $4.5 million to convert the 74,000-square-foot space into a trampoline park with adjoining office and retail space. ...
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EDGE Grants Tax Breaks for New Trampoline Park, Mechanic School