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2024 May Monthly Luncheon
Wednesday, May 15, 2024, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Category: Monthly Meeting

 Please join us Wednesday, May 15th at 

Lichterman Nature Center with Guest Speaker 

Benjamin Orgel Owner/Partner of Tower Ventures


Benjamin Orgel is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and received his BBA from

the University of Texas at Austin in 2014.

After graduation, he moved to Memphis to work at his family business Tower Ventures

which he is now an owner/partner in the organization and oversees tower and real estate acquisitions

for the company and directs the new business development and land team.

When Benjamin was sixteen, he started a company called OFO which purchased easements

under cell towers, in 2015 he sold OFO to a large, public tower company.

Benjamin is also a Real Estate Broker with Slovis and Associates in Memphis.

In 2018 he and his development partners completed a renovation of

the historic Tennessee Brewery built in 1890. In October 2021 they completed

a 220-unit apartment complex in Midtown Memphis and recently completed the

redevelopment of the former Gibson Guitar factory that is the new location for the

FedEx Logistics global headquarters in Downtown Memphis with over 200,000 square feet

of office space. In addition to these projects, his development group is redeveloping

sixty acres of land on the north side of downtown Memphis which will be a

mixed-use commercial and residential development called The Snuff District.

 Benjamin’s team announced in January of 2022 a 45-acre redevelopment in Arlington, Tennessee

and closed on the former Carrefour shopping center in East Memphis/Germantown, they plan

a mixed-use redevelopment to include office, retail, and a boutique hotel and condos.

In early February 2022, Benjamin and his team were awarded the 270-million-dollar redevelopment

project of the tallest building in Memphis, the 37-story 100 North Main building. Benjamin is currently the

Chair of the Downtown Memphis Commission board and is a board member of the Center City

Development Corporation. Benjamin is a director on a bank board for The Bank3.

Benjamin was also appointed by the Speaker of the Tennessee House

to be on the State’s Economic Board Launch Tennessee.

Benjamin is also on the board and head of The Church Health Center Development Committee

and also his on the Executive Board of his Synagogue Temple Israel which he is very passionate about. 



Luncheon Timeline:
11:30 am - 12:00 pm: Registration & Networking
12:00 pm - 1:00pm: Lunch 
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