FRAYSER

 


With strong neighborhood support and initiatives to increase safety and reduce blight Frayser is perfectly positioned to re-emerge as a strong cornmunity with an eye on future development and renovation. RCC has teamed up with the Frayser Community Developement Corporation (CDC), formulating a plan to boost the sustainability of this once thriving neighborhood. Click on the link to find out more about the Frayser 2020 Community Revitalization Plan.

 

Interested in learning more about the Frayser area? Contact Tracy Buckley at (901) 521-4232.


 RECENT NEWS

'Unsung hero' keeps Frayser Beautiful 

The beauty of Frayser is etched in the mind of longtime resident Christine Grandberry.

“I’ll get in my wheelchair and go down the street and pick up all the trash, just because I love my neighborhood,” said Grandberry, 68.

“I have spent my own money to get some of these yards cut, just to keep the neighborhood looking nice, and I’m on a fixed income.”

Grandberry has called Frayser home for 20-plus years. Getting in involved is a way of life for her, whether its the Frayser Neighborhood Council, the Frayser Exchange Club, the Rangeline Neighborhood Association or in some other area of Memphis.

To continue reading, visit: The New Tri-State Defender. 

Frayser celebrates its present, elects leaders for future

Frayser residents and business owners gathered Saturday afternoon to celebrate what makes the neighborhood special in the present while taking the opportunity to invest in its future.

The 2nd Annual Frayser Day festival included vendors, family fun and food for guests who share a connection to the neighborhood in North Memphis. Another draw was the opportunity to vote for the Frayser.

To continue reading, visit: The Commercial Appeal.

Nike opens North American Logistics Center in Frayser

After its original distribution facility was the trunk of the car of the company’s founder, Nike Inc. has opened its $301 million, 2.8 million-square-foot Memphis distribution center, a project that has taken five years from conception to reality.

To continue reading, visit: Memphis Business Journal