Nashville’s storied Gulch, originally the home of the downtown railway terminal, is approaching another milestone in its long history.
On average, workers in Greater Nashville spend 26 minutes and 30 seconds getting to their jobs in the morning, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2013 American Community Survey. That’s nearly five days a year.
For the last three years, Nashvillians had their say about what they want their city to look like for the next 25.
After more than 20,000 comments and 420 community meetings, Metro Planning Commission's unanimous vote Monday installed NashvilleNext as the city's plan dictating growth, policy and spending through 2040.
It’s become a tradition for outgoing mayors to preserve some of Nashville’s historic landmarks. Bill Purcell did it, Phil Bredesen did it, and now, Mayor Karl Dean. On Wednesday afternoon, Dean’s plan for 14 new landmarks goes to a public hearing.
A closer look at pedestrian-focused initiatives in the Gulch.
A look at the possible future of Midtown and how developers are trying to find space for a grocery store.
The history of Hickory Hollow Mall and how the mayor's office has helped the area grow.
ULI Nashville recognizes Nashville area projects for their Excellence in Development.