The heart of the Crosstown neighborhood sits at the intersection of Watkins Street and North Parkway. In fact, it can’t be missed. The 1.5 million-square-foot Crosstown Concourse was constructed in 1927 as a Sears flagship location. Shuttered in the early 1990s, it has been recently reimagined as a mixed-use, vertical village with apartments, businesses, nonprofits, restaurants, health services, and more cohabitating in the same building. The neighborhood is also boasts some of the city’s most beloved bars and restaurants and is a popular social and creative destination with ventures like Amurica, Crosstown Arts, and the OAM podcast studio.

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Development NewsMempops

MEMPopS announces expansion to Crosstown Concourse

Innovation & Job NewsCrosstown Arts

Computer and art-making lab lands in Crosstown

Feature StoryThe former Sears distribution center will open as a mixed-use building in spring 2017.

Concourse Check-In: From 'impossible' to 'catalyst'

Development NewsWill Goodwin and Clark Ortkiese, owners of Crosstown Brewing Co.

Brewing in the shadows of Crosstown

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