Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Gil Uhlhorn provided comments to the media about the Memphis Downtown board’s approval of $11 million in tax-exempt financing to build a performing arts theater adjacent to the newly redeveloped Crosstown Concourse. Gil and several attorneys from the firm represented Crosstown in the redevelopment. “The nonprofit Crosstown Arts and Lost in the Cosimos LLC will pay back the bonds through facility rentals, admission charges and other revenues,” said Gil for one of the articles.

The approval of the theater financing was covered in various media, including: