Bank Tennessee moved from it's former nondescript location at 150 Court to this beauty at 30 N. Second, which looks across Second west toward Court Square. This building, known as the Snyder Building aka The Welcome Wagon Building, was built in 1903. It housed the offices of Welcome Wagon which was founded in Memphis in 1928.
Just a few doors south of Bank Tennessee on N. Second is a new salon aptly named, The Salon. It is between Court and Madison across from the Exchange Building.
FedEx Office opened a new store at 149 Union (at the corner of Union and Third) in the Peabody Hotel. Good for all the downtown offices in the core to know they are there within walking distance. They offer generally everything any office needs: copying and digital printing, professional finishing, document creation, Internet access, computer rentals, videoconferencing, signs and graphics, notary services, direct mail, office products, Web-based printing, and a full range of FedEx ground and global shipping. So, "Don't Panic". Does anyone but me remember that?
According to the Memphis Business Journal, Harbor Town Coffee will open in Harbor Town Square Wednesday, October 15. Their mantra is free trade coffee and they sound seriously committed to that concept.
Frank's Market is open at Vance and S. Main though the shelves are still semi-stocked and I'm not sure if the deli is up and running 100% yet.