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Nashville Civic Design Center Think, Design, Create, Sustain
Members Only Tour of First Tennessee Park & Sounds Game

Members Only Tour of First Tennessee Park & Sounds Game

Join the Nashville Civic Design Center on June 17th to tour the new First Tennessee Park and watch the Nashville Sounds face off against the Memphis Redbirds from the Vanderbilt Children's Picnic Place Deck in right field.  The members only tour will take place from 5:15-6:15pm and game starts at 7:05. Game tickets include an all-you-can eat picnic.

Location: First Tennessee Park

Members Only Tour 5:15 pm & Game 7:05 pm vs. Memphis

Eventbrite - First Tennessee Park Tour and Game

 

VELO-City: Young Urbanists Bike Tour

VELO-City: Young Urbanists Bike Tour

Join NCDC Young Urbanists for an urban ride to look at our latest improvements in bike infrastructure and new developments popping up in the urban core.

Meet at the Nashville Farmers’ Market at 5:30

B-Cycle Station along 7th Ave N

Bring your bike or check out one of the B-Cycle bikes at the kiosk

Following transit month and celebrating Bike Month 2015, we aim to showcase recent and proposed developments celebrating Nashville's successes while raising awareness on future opportunities emphasizing biking infrastructure. We'll end up back at the Farmers' Market for a social hour at The Picnic Tap.

WHERE:
Meet at the Nashville Farmers’ Market 
B-Cycle Station along 7th Ave N
 
Bring your bike or check out one of the B-Cycle bikes at the kiosk
WHY:
Following transit month and celebrating Bike Month 2015, we aim to showcase recent and proposed developments celebrating Nashville's successes while raising awareness on future opportunities emphasizing biking infrastructure. We'll end up back at the Farmers' Market.
Cities Give Green Alleys New Life

Cities Give Green Alleys New Life

By Elizabeth Daigneau

Governing Magazine highlighting the success of green alley initiatives in The Nations neighborhood and Nashville's progress in sustainability since the flood in 2010. 

5 Projects that are Making Nashville a Better Outdoor City

5 Projects that are Making Nashville a Better Outdoor City

By Matt Genova, NCDC + Team Green Adventures

As a city, we’re constantly thinking about the next steps to take to continue to support active outdoor lifestyles. Here are five projects on the horizon (or closer) that are helping to make Nashville just that much better for people who love to get outdoors.

Nashville bike-friendly businesses named

Nashville bike-friendly businesses named

By Tony Gonzalez

The Nashville Civic Design Center, along with many other Nashville businesses, is named a bike-friendly business (bronze level honoree) by the League of American Bicyclists.

Access and Livability: Retrofitting Antioch

Access and Livability: Retrofitting Antioch

This publication is intended to offer case studies and proposals for retrofitting Antioch in ways that incorporate ideas for sustainable community design and multi-modal transportation solutions.

Seeding Spaces

Seeding Spaces

Seeding Spaces is a publication examining the state of urban agriculture in Nashville, published in 2014.

Centennial Park Visitor Center

Centennial Park Visitor Center

University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design student concepts for a visitor center at Centennial Park.

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