Main Street District, The Heart Of It All

A bustling district with activities and events for people of all ages to enjoy.

Won't You Be Our Neighbor?

Life is Better at The Lake District.

Create An Experience

As the premier lifestyle development in the Memphis area, The Lake District will feature two hotels on site.

Details

The Lake District is an upscale 160+ acre mixed-use community surrounding a 10-acre lake and waterways. Designed as an urban village, The Lake District is a walkable community with elegant water features, tree-lined parks, and inspiring architecture giving the sense of an established neighborhood with varying facades and roof lines. Intelligent design will leave a distinctive imprint on the regions for-sale residential market. Special attention is given to public spaces while parking structures eliminate extensive surface parking. Every element combines to create a village with urban amenities and a vibrant street life:
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126,400 SF OF INLINE RETAIL & RESTAURANT SPACE
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156,000 SF OF MAIN STREET RETAIL & RESTAURANT SPACE
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2 HOTEL SITES
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283 SINGLE FAMILY HOMES & 381 APTS. OVER RETAIL
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15 PAD SITES
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144 AGE RESTRICTED APARTMENTS

Inline Retail District

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Inline Retail District

The Inline Retail District offers 126,400 sf of space. Tenant mix includes: grocery, apparel, furniture, home goods, sporting good, and others.

Located just east of Memphis & Wolfchase Galleria Mall inside of Highway 385 Exit 20

Notes | A natural extension of the Wolfchase regional trade area which is 100% built out for new large developments, The Lake District is clearly the next regional retail opportunity.

Main Street District

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Main Street District

Main Street is represented by chef-driven restaurants, café's, and a mix of national & local boutique retailers including lakefront restaurant pads.

  • Main Street retail with 156,000 +/- SF of space available
  • Retail bay sizes are flexible
  • Contiguous space available
  • 1000 Seat Theatre

Notes | Main Street offers apartments above retail and links the Residential District via walking bridges to cross the lake.

Hotel District

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Hotel District

  • 3536 Canada Rd., Lakeland TN 38002 | Shelby
  • 2 Hotel Sites Available for Sale

Located just east of Memphis & Wolfchase Galleria Mall inside of Highway 385 at Exit 20

Traffic Counts | Canada Rd. (9,114 AADT) and I-40 (53,467)

Pad Sites & Office District

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Pad Sites & Office District

  • 14.5+ Acres of Pad Sites including 65,000 sf of Office Space
  • 14 Commercial Outparcels

Located just east of Memphis & Wolfchase Galleria Mall inside of Highway 385 Exit 20

Notes | A natural extension of the Wolfchase regional trade area which is 100% built out for new large developments, The Lake District is clearly the next regional retail opportunity.

Residential District

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Residential District

  • 381 Multi-Family Units over Retail
  • 283 Custom Built Single Family Homes
  • 144 Age Restricted Apartments (55+ years old) Adjacent to Nature Preserve

Walkable community to Main Street District

Located just east of Memphis & Wolfchase Galleria Mall inside of Highway 385 Exit 20

Location

Located in the affluent Lakeland Tennessee just outside the Memphis City Limits in Northeast Shelby County at I-40 and Canada Road. The cloverleaf single point interchange at Canada Rd. has been completed with direct ingress and egress to I-40. Average drive counts are 62,581 cars per day. Additionally, the site is located within the new outer road loop of Highway 385 and I-269 providing access to the entire regional community including West Tennessee and North Mississippi markets.

Events

News

Demo Prep for Main Building Begins 12/21/17

Actual demo on the building is to start Dec. 27 and with no unforeseen problems, that process should take four to six weeks, said John Morris, foreman with Tri-State Recycling. Thus the project is ahead of the original schedule to have both buildings removed by April...

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