List of Nashville’s 9 most endangered historic places released

Sammy B’s/Figilo’s on the Row - 26 Music Square East – Music Row, built circa 1906 (Courtesy: Historic Nashville/ Jodi Totten)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A list of Nashville’s most endangered historic places, known as the Nashville Nine, has been released by Historic Nashville, Inc.

The locations making up the 2016 list were nominated by the by members of the community and represent nine historic properties threatened by demolition, neglect, or development.

The list includes Fort Negley Park, Hubbaard House, and areas of the Music Row neighborhood in addition to the Cleveland Park neighborhood and Morris Memorial Building.

View a gallery of the endangered locations below:

Historic Nashville, Inc. accepts nominations for the Nashville Nine year round here.