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Location DB > United States > Tennessee > Memphis > 100 North Main
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100 North Main
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 Database Info
created by lordpook on 1/5/2006 6:28 AM
last modified by lordpook on 12/24/2008 9:19 AM
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 Overview
 Description
A gleaming white tower, 100 N. Main is the tallest structure in Memphis. At its peak is a vacant revolving restaurant. A large UP BANK logo which once graced the top of the structure has been removed.
 Basic Information
Type: Building
Status: Active
Accessibility: Moderate
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 Physical Information
Address
100 North Main
Memphis, Tennessee
United States
Owner: Freeman Real Estate
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  •  Hazards
  • the vacant revolving restaurant and roof are off limits
  •  Interesting Features
    -vacant but preserved revolving restaurant, decades without a tenant

    -remnants of a rooftop Japanese garden

    -Old UP sign on roof (removed)

    -great views from the summit of Memphis; the highest structure in town
     Security Measures
  • 24 hour guard
  •  Historical Dates
    Built: 1964
    Closed: 0
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     History
    This 38 story building (roughly 450 feet) opened in 1964. It was and is the tallest building in Memphis. The building house the Union Planters Banks, whose giant UP sign became a fixture of the city skyline. When the tower opened, it boasted a revolving restaurant, the "Top of the 100 Club," which also featured a pool and rooftop Japanese garden. The garden closed in 1971 and the 100 Club was eventually replaced with another restaurant, "The Pinnacle." While the joint still revolves, the Pinnacle passed on and the space is now mothballed and vacant. In December of 2005 work began removing the UP letters, as Union Planters (who no longer had offices there, but still) had been bought out by Regency.
     Media Coverage
    http://www.commerc...business/article/0,1426,MCA_440_4350655,00.html
     Future Plans
    The UP BANK sign has been taken down. The revolving restaurant is vacant but functional, should a restaurant want the space. The rest of the building houses perfectly active offices.
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    Revolving Restaurant
    Thu, Jan 5th, 2006
    posted by lordpook
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    A Rooftop Protest as the UP Comes Down
    Thu, Jan 5th, 2006
    posted by lordpook
    5 pictures
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    Exterior Shots
    Thu, Jan 5th, 2006
    posted by lordpook
    3 pictures
     


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    Photography 6 / 10
    Coolness 7 / 10
    Content Quality 7 / 10
     Validation
    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by SaraBellum on 12/25/2008 7:18 AM.

     Latest Changes
  • on Dec 25 08 at 7:18, SaraBellum validated this location
  • on Dec 24 08 at 9:19, lordpook changed the following: Interesting Features, Recommendation, Future Plans, Description
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:34, lordpook updated gallery Revolving Restaurant
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:34, lordpook updated gallery Revolving Restaurant
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:34, lordpook updated gallery Revolving Restaurant
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:34, lordpook changed the following: History, Hazards, Interesting Features, Future Plans, Description
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:08, lordpook made this location available
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:07, lordpook created a new gallery
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:04, lordpook created a new gallery
  • on Jan 5 06 at 7:03, lordpook deleted 4 pictures from gallery A Rooftop Protest as the UP Comes Down
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