Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Richard Spore was quoted in an article about the Sears Crosstown redevelopment project in Memphis, Tennessee. A team of attorneys from Bass, Berry & Sims led by Richard and Gil Uhlhorn worked on the financing aspects related to the project. Richard spoke to the challenging financing structure that included senior financing, mezzanine financing, historic credits and new market tax credits.

The full article, “Crosstown Crossroads – Once an Eyesore, the Old Sears Crosstown Building is Becoming an Eyeful,” was published February 14 by The Daily News.