12:04 PM Jan 22, 2020 CST

Belmont University announces new indoor practice facility for student athletes

Belmont University announced plans to construct a two-story, 45,000-square-foot indoor training facility.

3:10 PM Jan 13, 2020 CST

130-room Moxy hotel now open in Hillsboro Village

Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt at Hillsboro Village, located at 1911 Belcourt Ave., Nashville, is the first hotel to open in the neighborhood.

Southwest Nashville neighborhoods unite for community needs

Local residents are working with community leaders to advocate for projects.

Neighborhood notes: 7 updates from Southwest Nashville

Take a look at what's going on in your neighborhood.

Saint Thomas Midtown begins work on new women's hospital

The hospital that delivers more babies annually than any other Tennessee hospital is expanding its services for women and newborns.

Metro Nashville project targets city’s neighborhood conservation districts

For residents who live in neighborhood conservation zoning overlays, a type of zoning established in 1985 to maintain character in Nashville’s historic neighborhoods, proposed changes to the current guidelines could affect how property owners can tackle certain projects.

Local universities plan for Nashville's growing tourism sector

Nashville’s multibillion dollar tourism industry has spurred unprecedented job growth in recent years, leading hospitality and education officials to look for new ways to address the sector’s workforce needs.

Nashville Yards developer partners with Susan G. Komen

Southwest Value Partners, the real estate investment company building the 17-acre Nashville Yards development in downtown Nashville, announced Monday, Aug. 26, it has partnered with breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen to expand the nonprofit’s downtown presence.

Belle Meade approves Historic Zoning Commission, takes steps to create overlay zoning

City officials in Belle Meade are taking steps to maintain the community’s character, as Nashville’s urban sprawl continues to introduce new styles of homes into the local real estate market.

Metro Nashville approves vision plan for Music Row

During the 1970s—the same decade Ed Bruce penned his Grammy-winning country ballad, “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys”—songwriter Trey Bruce recalls spending days with his father inside RCA Studio A on Music Row.

Pilot.com to open new headquarters in Wedgewood-Houston in Nashville

Pilot.com, a bookkeeping software company founded in San Francisco, will open a new account-management headquarters in Nashville's Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood, according to a June 25 announcement from the Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development.

Nashville eyes solutions for Airbnbs, short-term rentals

One year after state lawmakers blocked the city’s plan to phase out non-owner-occupied short-term rentals by 2021, Metro Nashville officials are revisiting not only where rentals can operate, but also the industry’s burden on city resources by increasing the annual permit fee by more than 600%.

Music Row named one of America’s most endangered landmarks

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced May 30 that Music Row is on its 2019 "America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places" list.

Mayor David Briley calls for 30-day notice on scooters as Metro Nashville, companies work to regulate usage

It has been one year since scooters first launched in Nashville, and Metro Nashville and public safety officials are still working to determine if scooters can within the city’s overall transportation plan or if they will be removed altogether.

Nashville International Airport to reinvest $4B by 2033

To keep up with demand, the Nashville International Airport—also known by its call sign BNA—plans to spend $4 billion over the next decade to improve infrastructure, bring new amenities and expand services.

Metro Nashville approves $17.5 million Amazon incentive deal

Metro Nashville will give Amazon millions in city funds in exchange for thousands of jobs created at its future retail operations hub in downtown Nashville.

I-440 project aims to address congestion, safety

A major road project on I-440, one of Nashville’s main arteries connecting I-40 west with I-65 and I-24 south, will cause ongoing lane closures along a 7.6-mile stretch through August 2020.

Blasting planned at Belle Meade Country Club this week, April 16-18

A minor blasting project is planned this week in Belle Meade, according to city officials.