Centuries-old covenant shapes Tennessee city’s real estate

When surveyor William Lawrence laid out in 1819 what would become Memphis at the behest of city founders John Overton, Andrew Jackson and James Winchester, the land that would have been the most expensive property was simply labeled “public promenade”.

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