The Crosstown Concourse, also known as the Sears Crosstown Building or Sears, Roebuck and Company Catalog Merchandise Distribution Center and Retail Store is an art deco high-rise building in Memphis, Tennessee built in 1927. It was originally built as a Sears mail-order processing warehouse and retail store. After sitting empty for a number of years, the city has now turned it into a thriving part of Midtown Memphis that includes a church, art gallery, restaurants, doctors office, and a high school! A new addition was added to the back of the building to create a gym for the high school! Working along with the school, we took their branding ideas and painted our largest mascot to date!! The 50 ft Yeti will now almost be impossible not to find for the Crosstown Explorers!! We look forward to watching this school grow and use their gym floor to create their school identity on and off the court!