All this month, Bright Spot is dedicated to highlighting African-Americans and their contributions to Memphis.
Darrell Cobbins has been called an emerging leader in the city. He is young, educated, motivated and he’s this week’s Bright Spot.
The old firehouse at the corner of B.B. King Boulevard and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue has gone through many incarnations since the 1800s, including stints as a recording studio, nightclub and pop-up beer garden.
Now it can add one more to the list – office.
The Memphis Music Initiative (MMI), a local nonprofit organization, recently signed a 10,000-square-foot lease to move its headquarters into the iconic Downtown structure, marking a new chapter in the building’s long history.
Darrell Cobbins, president and CEO of Universal Commercial Real Estate LLC, represented MMI in the deal, while Benjamin Orgel and Adam Slovis represented the landlord, Orgel Family LP.
- The Universe 4th Quarter | 2020
- Universal Commercial Welcomes Brandon Ingram to the Firm as a Broker
- Cobbins named Inside Memphis Business Power Player second year in a row
- Cobbins named in Leadership Memphis list of 40 Change Makers who have made Memphis better in the past 40 years
- Darrell Cobbins featured in the 2019 Power Players for Inside Memphis Business.