Metro Nashville grew by 2 percent, nearly three times the U.S growth rate, to top 1.86 million people last year.
This one would be permanent, and the Metro Sports Authority is in very early discussions about it.
The property at 3839 Murfreesboro Pike, formerly known as Starwood Amphitheatre, was sold to PBR & T by Orange Murfreesboro LLC.
Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett told News 2 his office began working with consultants more than 18 months ago in efforts to uncover opti…
In about three weeks, homeowners in the area will receive new property assessment notices in the mail.
For every 30 feet of road frontage on a new home lot, a tree must be planted if none are present.
Crews began tearing down the sanitation building on Tuesday, just south of Wedgewood and west of the race track.
Research shows rent for a single-family home increased 6.8 percent between 2015 and 2016.
The Nashville Predators are making the announcement this Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
Project Manager Trey Lee says he hopes he can move the school’s new principal, Dr. Jimmy Sullivan, in by July. That means the school will ha…
The 505, at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Church Street in downtown Nashville, is now pre-leasing.
Residents said there is a waiting list of about 650 people who would like to move into the Germantown community.
Gallatin is one of several Mid-State communities the governor has visited in recent weeks to tout the plan that impacts everyone that drives…
The restaurant will inhabit the former Johnson’s Discount Furniture building and renovations to the space are expected to take over a year.
Instead of a “mechanical screen” wall on the roof of the building, the developer decided to go with a flat, extended roof.
There are currently 21 library branches throughout Davidson County.
The proposed $18 million bridge would connect two busy downtown Nashville neighborhoods.
The study shows Nashville drivers spend more than 33 hours sitting in traffic. That’s good enough, or bad enough, for the 23rd most in the c…
Schools Director Mike Looney announced the district has purchased land for an elementary school and a middle school on Split Load Road.
Nashville-based developer Lance Bloom is asking Metro for rezoning approval so he can build eight townhomes and 16 micro units, or tiny apar…