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Where Are the 82 People Per Day Moving to Nashville Coming From?

Commercial real estate in the U.S. is at a turning point, with primary markets like New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco showing signs of overheating—that’s according to online marketplace for real-estate investments RealtyMogul.com. As is common in this phase of a real-estate cycle, secondary and tertiary markets across the country are where the new action is, the [...]

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LARGE SCALE MURALS LIVENING URBAN NEIGHBORHOODS

The National Center on Arts Research just named Nashville the #2 market in the United States for Arts Vibrancy. When I read this, I began soul searching on what this actually means for the city, and found out about Nashville Next. NashvilleNext is a plan created by Nashvillians to guide how and where we grow in the [...]

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Development on Fern Ave Continues…

About ten years ago beautiful, contemporary homes started to be built on Fern Ave which overlook the river and offer incredible downtown views.  Now, a 31 unit townhome development has started.  Read below…   http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/20864920/real-estate-notes-condo-project-starts-on-east-side

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THE 25 BEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN THE GREATER NASHVILLE AREA

No schools in the Nashville area ranked in the top 100 nationally, but many area schools received high marks. In all, 48,625 U.S. public elementary schools were rated. View the photo gallery to see the 25 highest-rated public elementary schools in Greater Nashville. The 2017 Best Public Elementary Schools ranking is based on rigorous analysis [...]

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Nashville’s Pivotal Vote for the Future of Short-Term Rentals

A pivotal vote on the future of short-term renting in Nashville is set for Tuesday when the Metro Council will consider phasing out from residential neighborhoods short-term rental homes that are not occupied by their owners. It comes after the Metro Planning Commission voted 8-0 late Thursday to recommend approval of council legislation that would [...]

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Metro Planning is asking for community input on Eight Avenue South…

A lot of thought and planning is going into a possible reconfiguration of Eight Ave South…(read below) http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/20859421/whats-the-big-picture-for-eighth-avenue-south

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Another fabulous restaurant opens in Sylvan Park…

Victoria Rothberg and Chris Raucci open a much anticipated restaurant in Sylvan Park…read below: http://www.tennessean.com/story/life/food/2017/04/25/answer-restaurant-review-eclectic-stellar-welcoming-eatery-sylvan-park/100746680/

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Property re-appraisals are in and property values soar by a median of 37%!

Reappraisal notices are in the mail, and the spike is even larger than expected. Spurred by the Nashville’s breakneck growth, Davidson County’s property values have soared by a record median 37 percent under a reappraisal performed by the office of Davidson County Property Assessor Vivian Wilhoite. Wilhoite, in her first year in that role, informed Metro Council members of [...]

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New Downtown Nashville Development: Fifth + Broadway

A $400 MILLION MIXED-USE PROJECT CONVERGING AT DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE’S MOST VIBRANT SECTION OF TOWN.     Fifth + Broadway is at the most dynamic intersection of music in the entire country. Neighbor to the historic Ryman Auditorium, the Bridgestone Arena (the world’s number six venue for ticket sales) and the rollicking Honky Tonk Row at Lower [...]

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NON-PROFIT DEVELOPERS ENCOURAGED TO SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO THE BARNES FUND…

The Barnes Fund offers grants to organizations who build affordable housing in Nashville.  Applications are due June 6th.  Read more… http://www.nashvillepost.com/politics/metro-government/article/20857829/metro-calls-for-barnes-fund-applications

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