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New projects in Arlington 158.9 acre development with a mixture of zoning, possibly for a hospital Wright Medical Group expansion recently bought 29 acres from the town Community built "Playground of Dreams"
One example: The Shelby County Assessor's Office pegs the total assessed value of all the real estate in Arlington at almost $180 million but the percentage increase in that figure between last year and this one was the highest of any municipality in Shelby County.
of medical manufacturer Wright Medical Group is continuing to take shape.
Town officials, people involved in the deal and the project consultant all said no use for the property has been determined yet. But one clause in a restrictive covenants agreement associated with the project suggests the land could be slated for a hospital.
"A new central plant would be sized to pick up the existing facility, plus the new facilities and some of the future office facilities out there, as well," said JBHM principal Mike Walker. 70 July 5. And starting August 23, a community playground for which the town will contribute $50,000 to build will be erected at Hughes College Hill Park. Arlington's chamber of commerce also will celebrate its 10th anniversary Aug. 9, proof that new growth and a real estate boom have had a big effect on the small town.
across the street from the manufacturing, and their distribution is a mile down the road," Walker said. "So the intent is to have everything on one campus, where they can very easily go from one spot to the next."
The clause stipulates that the south parcel of the property may not be used for restaurants or similar facilities "except for those attached to or located within the hospital being contemplated to be constructed." Hyneman the father of well known Memphis developers Rusty and Kevin Hyneman was out of town and could not be reached for comment.
Walker said JBHM recently did a sketch for Wright officials to, as he put it, "whet their appetite."
business campus on Goodlett Farms Parkway. That deal fell through, so the company decided to expand in Arlington.
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"We've been working with Wright for a couple of years now first in Arlington at their existing site, then when they were looking at the Concord EFS building, and now back to the Arlington site," Walker said.
He bought the land at the northeast corner of Interstate 40 and Airline Road from Belz Enterprises.
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Thanks to projects like these, along with some current statistics, it's a safe bet Arlington will look vastly different a few years from now.
About a year ago, fast growing Wright Medical was poised to move to a larger 285,000 square foot building in a Converse High Tops Size 3
North Mississippi based JBHM Architects has put together a master plan for the orthopedics company that calls for a 40,000 square foot manufacturing addition, plus about 20,000 square feet of office, cafeteria and welcome center space.
And Wright's main order of business at the moment apparently is consolidating its existing facilities in the town.
Except, in Arlington, that race is for available real estate.
Hospital on the way?
The company, Arlington's largest employer with 650 employees, bought 29 acres adjacent to its current facility from the town a few weeks ago. There, Wright is building a new corporate headquarters along with a manufacturing plant.
In sheer size, the Wright Medical project is one of the most significant at the moment. Company officials are tight lipped for now, but they hint that more detailed announcements will be coming soon.
In the past few days, developer John Hyneman has assembled four vacant parcels into a 158.9 acre site that fronts Airline Road. The land is zoned for a mixture of uses, including commercial and industrial.
"We are continuing to make Arlington our home," said Kyle Joines, Wright's vice president of manufacturing. "We're currently going through our business planning cycle of exactly what we still need, timing, scope, things of that nature. We're still working on it, so it's just a little premature for me to share any more information."
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Meanwhile, Hyneman took his project before the Arlington Planning Commission July 7 and so far has been approved for a land disturbance permit. Town Superintendent Ed Haley said that means Hyneman will use the approval to begin leveling the site to get it ready for development.
"And he could do a lot of things with that," Haley said.
The small towns that surround Memphis are no longer the new frontiers they once were. Unbridled growth occurring Blue Converse High Tops Childrens in places like Arlington the northeast Shelby County municipality of more than 7,500 residents resembles one of those department store contests in which shoppers cram as many goods into their carts as they can.
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