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nashmoney last won the day on March 30 2015

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  1. CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    Nashville's Music City Center is now home to 100,000 bees Let's just hope they go after pollen and not people. And I wonder how they would react to the big booms on 4th of July. I don't really know much about beekeeping
  2. City Parks

    Janet Jackson to play Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville
  3. Nashville Bits and Pieces

    Nashville vies with New York for largest U.S. fireworks show We definitely have one if the best and largest displays in the nation. Let's give nyc a run for the money
  4. Nashville food and beverage scene

    Nashville # 6 on Zagat's Hot Food Cities Congrats to Birmingham for making the top spot...lots of great food places in that city.
  5. Nashville International Airport

    Nashville airport plans for flight to Cuba
  6. Nashville food and beverage scene

    Take a Look Inside 5th and Taylor Stunning...can't wait to try it out
  7. MSA South - Williamson & Rutherford Counties

    Rutherford County is on fire with new jobs and investments Nissan supplier investing $53M to expand in Smyrna - 100 new jobs
  8. Nashville Bits and Pieces

    I agree. Especially since they have bought the controlling interest in Bonnaroo and expanded their local offices with a move to Edgehill Village From the article: This will be the second major move for Live Nation into the Nashville-area this year. The company won the contract to manage the new riverfront Ascend Amphitheater last year, and the inaugural season kicks off this July 30th with a solo concert by Eric Church. Live Nation, which has significantly beefed up its presence locally, has new office space in Edgehill Village.
  9. Nashville Bits and Pieces

    Alaska grows Seattle hub with nonstop service to Charleston, Nashville and Raleigh/Durham Summary of new service: Start date City pair Departs Arrives Frequency Sept 23 Seattle-Nashville 9:30 a.m. 4:05 p.m. Daily Sept 23 Nashville-Seattle 5:05 p.m. 8:20 p.m. Daily
  10. If it is destination shopping with stores that are not in the State of TN, people will go, especially since their will be ample parking and multiple entertainment options. Check out their website....this isn't gonna be outlet shopping with boots and trinkets. This guy is about the money $$
  11. Nashville Bits and Pieces

    This may have some serious traction. It would be cool to add another fast food/casual dining headquarters to the city. The metro area already has O'Charleys, Cracker Barrell, Logans, Shoneys, Captain D's, GiGi's, Backyard Burgers, Stoney River, and J Alexanders Here is the article from the St. Louis paper From Article: Hardee’s occupies about 50,000 square feet at 100 North Broadway, which was known as the Bank of America Tower before the bank relocated its offices from the building. David Kelpe, a senior vice president of commercial real estate firm DTZ, said the building remained about 67 percent occupied. Hertz Broadway Tower LLC, of Santa Monica, Calif., owns the building, which opened in 1974. There is definitely not 50k sq ft avail in the core or midtown that I know of. They would definitely have to go in a new building if looking to stay in the city. I'm sure their are some large spec buildings being built in CoolSprings that may fit their needs, but I would love to see them in DT or MT. Here is the tower they currently occupy in St. Louis.
  12. Why the retail must be upscale at $400M convention center site overhaul Quote from Article: "This is an expensive project to do, so we'll have to have top-flight tenants who can muster the finances to participate in a project like this," said Dene Oliver, CEO of the developer OliverMcMillan. In other words: Higher-end retailers are the likeliest to be able to afford the rent that the project's developers will have to charge, in order for them (and their financial backers) to turn a profit. "It won't be run-of-the-mill things that you see everywhere in every mall," Oliver added. "We're going to appeal to tourists, locals, conventioneers and the office workers that will work nearby."
  13. CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    Cincinnati firm aims to double its employees in Nashville Mostly entry-level college jobs...getting more younger folks working downtown
  14. CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    Especially if they are going to be giving the property away for next to nothing. Maybe Rich Rebilieng won't be the Finance Manager for the new administration so we won't have to worry his shady hokey pokey deals.
  15. CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    Karl Dean announces plan to move Criminal Justice Center operations From the article: The proposal calls for moving the sheriff's office downtown jail — housed in the 33-year-old Criminal Justice Center —as well as an East Nashville training facility and other operations into an expanded Metro-Davidson County detention facility at 5115 Harding Place. The police headquarters, which is also housed in the CJC, would move to property on Jefferson Street. In recent weeks, speculation has centered on properties at 14th and Jefferson near Interstate 40 as a likely destination. Abandoning the Criminal Justice Center — situated across from the Metro Courthouse — would open up prime real estate in the heart of downtown. The roughly 3.53-acre Criminal Justice Center site covers a city block between Second and Third avenues north, James Robertson Parkway and Gay Street This should be interesting!