A MEMPHIS-BORN SOLUTION
People from Memphis driving change in Memphis.
The Authentic Community Partner
Center for Transforming Communities (CTC) works closely with residents and institutions to support equitable community change work, from efforts to minimize the adverse impact of community development, to power and capacity building support for residents. We build neighborhood democracies through shared decision-making practices that support the resiliency of the neighborhoods in which CTC serves, including Binghampton, Medical District, Orange Mound, North Memphis, South Memphis and Whitehaven.
Meet Our Partners.
CTC SHARES THE COMMONS WITH NUMEROUS NONPROFIT AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS. SCROLL TO LEARN A LITTLE ABOUT EACH OF OUR SHARED SPACE PARTNERS AND HOW THEY CONTRIBUTE TO LIFE AT THE COMMONS AND THE MEMPHIS COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE.
Become a Partner.
Center for Transforming Communities strives to ensure that The Commons is an affordable, quality work and worship environment. We also work to foster a sense of community at The Commons, where our shared space partners gather regularly to share, collaborate, and build capacity across organizations. If you and your organization, church, or ministry are interested in becoming a part of The Commons community, please contact Center for Transforming Communities at 901-324-3005.
*Information about available spaces at The Commons can be found below.
To reserve a space:
$100 refundable deposit to hold room. This deposit holds your reservation and covers any accidental damage that could occur.
Reservation requests must be made via email at least two weeks prior to event. Cancellations within the two weeks prior to event date will result in forfeiting deposit.
Send organization name, address, phone, email address, contact person, dates and purpose of event to email@example.com.
Parking lot and street parking available
Room set up and tear down is not provided
Deposit covers any accidental damage and clean up that may be needed at the event. All space users are expected to leave the space in the condition in which they found it.
258 N. Merton is a building alive with activity so others may be sharing the building at the time of your event. If you have an event that requires exclusive use of the building, special arrangements can be made.