Cooper-Young Historic District

Local nameCooper-Young Historic District
LocationMemphis, United States

Cooper-Young is an eclectic neighborhood and historic district in the Midtown section of Memphis, Tennessee, named for the intersection of Cooper Street and Young Avenue. The entrance to the neighborhood is marked by the Cooper-Young Trestle, a 150-foot long steel sculpture which depicts homes and businesses found in the neighborhood. Created by metal artist Jill Turman, the sculpture was dedicated in 2000, and has become a source of community pride and identity. In 2012, Cooper-Young was listed on the American Planning Association's 10 Great Neighborhoods in the U.S list.

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Cooper-Young community association

Phone +1 901 276 7222

Address 2100 Young Ave, Memphis 38104, United States

Coordinates 35°7'12.005" N -89°59'30.621" E

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