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255-Key Hyatt Place Opens in Downtown Music City

255-Key Hyatt Place Opens in Downtown Music City

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of the Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown, the newest hotel addition to Music City’s vibrant downtown.…

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2,800 New Jobs Announced for Greater Nashville Area

2,800 New Jobs Announced for Greater Nashville Area

Several projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars each have been recently announced for the greater Nashville area and they’re projected to create several thousand new jobs.…

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The Connor Group Acquires Ashton Brook Apartments for $60.5 Million

The Connor Group Acquires Ashton Brook Apartments for $60.5 Million

Beware Nashville, there’s a new multifamily player in town. Centerville, Ohio-based The Connor Group, just entered the Nashville apartment market, and did so with a bang.…

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Omni Nashville Opens while Crescent Cool Springs Apartments Break Ground

Omni Nashville Opens while Crescent Cool Springs Apartments Break Ground

A ribbon cutting ceremony attended by local, state and Omni company officials marked the grand opening of the 800-key Omni Nashville Hotel, possibly the most anticipated hotel development in Nashville.…

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Fontanel Grows With IHG Partnership

Fontanel Grows With IHG Partnership

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced plans to develop two new properties under the Holiday Inn Resort brand: the Deadwood Mountain Grand, in Deadwood, SD and the Fontanel, in Nashville.…

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Nashville Office Transactions Flirt with Nine Figure Prices

Nashville Office Transactions Flirt with Nine Figure Prices

Nashville’s office market has experienced quite a flurry of activity recently. Things really heated up with the $152 million sale of the 520,000-square-foot The Pinnacle at Symphony Place and stayed hot with news of further large-scale office acquisitions.…

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Nashville to Spend Tens of Millions on Riverfront Redevelopment Projects

Nashville to Spend Tens of Millions on Riverfront Redevelopment Projects

Recently named one to the 10 best cities for urban green spaces in America by USA Today, for its existing parks and trails, as well as the city’s commitment to add around 22,000 acres of green space in the city in the next 25 years, as well it’s recommitment to…

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Coworking Office Concept Opens Second Phase; Hines Picks Up Suburban Retail Center

Coworking Office Concept Opens Second Phase; Hines Picks Up Suburban Retail Center

Nashville has new office space to boast with, but it’s something different than the run of the mill office space that abounds in urban cores, while Hines acquires 750,000-square-foot shopping center…

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Luxury Student Housing Bought for $20M, Upgrades in the Works

Luxury Student Housing Bought for $20M, Upgrades in the Works

Hayman Company has recently announced the acquisition of College Grove, an 864-bed luxury student housing community located in the vicinity of the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) campus in Murfreesboro, Tenn., within the Greater Nashville Area.…

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Landmark Breaks Into Nashville Apartment Market with 380-Unit Community

Landmark Breaks Into Nashville Apartment Market with 380-Unit Community

Nashville’s multifamily is staying hot, continually proving that the multifamily market’s success in Music City is not just a temporary spike – it’s here to stay.…

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Historic Building Takes the LEED in Nashville

Historic Building Takes the LEED in Nashville

The Bridge Building, a historic Nashville structure, now holds the highest score in U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Core and Shell category with a record-breaking 99 points out of the maximum 110 – a 90 percent score.…

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Nashville Symphony Sees the Light at the End of Tunnel. Maybe

Nashville Symphony Sees the Light at the End of Tunnel. Maybe

The Nashville Symphony Orchestra, tied down into bitter financial struggles recently, seems to have caught a break.…

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