If you’ve driven through the Gulch this week, you have probably noticed two new backdrops.
The bar and restaurant is the first tenant at the new 5th Avenue of the Arts Garage on Fifth Avenue between Broadway and Commerce Street.
Barry’s office says the Housing Incentive Pilot Program would incentivize developers to provide affordable or workforce housing at 30 percen…
Wednesday is the deadline for qualified homeowners to apply.
M.L. Rose, which currently has two restaurants in Melrose and Sylvan Park, will become a part of the up-and-coming Capitol View district.
Of the more than 12,000 hotel rooms, nearly 4,000 are still in the planning phase, while 3,500 are under construction and more than 2,500 ar…
News 2 hosted a town hall meeting at the Music City Center Thursday at 6:30 p.m. with several community members
Several business owners said they chose Music City because its array of interstates, the population growth potential and resources like the …
After 34 years in business, Arnold’s Country Kitchen is still family owned and operated.
It was just 20 years ago Nashville joined the world of pro sports, adding both the Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators.
According to the Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association, “restaurants and foodservice jobs” make up 10 percent of employment statewid…
Nashville 2017 is part of News 2’s year-long commitment to looking at the historic growth in the city.
Relocation businesses are now thriving in Middle Tennessee as more and more companies and people move here each day.
12South, East Nashville, Germantown and the Nations are all neighborhoods that weren’t always the most attractive to home buyers.
Riverfront Landing Park on the Cumberland River opened a year and a half ago, and is just one example of what makes Nashville’s park system …
In 1965, 780,000 people lived in Nashville and the surrounding seven counties. By 2035, that number is expected to surpass 2.6 million resid…
Beginning at 4 a.m. on Thursday, we continue our exploration of the effects of Nashville’s historic growth.
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.