Last year, the price of comfortable living in Nashville was $60,000.
Nashville International Airport broke it’s passenger record by over 10 percent in the past year.
A boutique in the Nations is transforming lives, one piece of clothing or jewelry at a time.
With more than 100 hotel projects in the pipeline for Nashville, the biggest hotels under construction are concentrated in the downtown area…
News 2 wants to know…What do you think about the pace of Nashville’s hotel growth?
Crush serves as a preview for the area, as a permanent Topgolf facility is set to open near downtown Nashville in the fall.
One of the newest establishments is the FGL House, named after the guys from Florida Georgia Line, and fans can’t wait to get their taste.
The top three hotel projects outside Nashville are in Williamson County, according to STR Research.
Everywhere you look in Middle Tennessee, there is another hotel project under construction.
Chili’s is the first restaurant to open on July 31, 2017.
Virtual reality allows potential tenants to get a sense of what life will be like in their new home.
Before the Swedish furniture outlet store agreed to come, the city had to agree to give the store an exit of their own off Interstate 24.
The roof top restaurant will give you 360-degree views of downtown Franklin and the rolling hills of Williamson County.
The new 27,166 square foot, two-level store will face Broadway and carry men’s, women’s, children’s apparel and accessories.
There are a number of jobs available in the construction industry, on both the commercial and residential side, in the form of electricians,…
Right now a newly-listed house stays on the market an average of 25 days in Nashville.
This special group of women draws companies to promote their brands through an ‘influencer’ post.
One woman is publicly displaying her thoughts on the new tall skinnies near her west Nashville home.
News 2 wants to know… How do you feel about tall skinnies popping up in your neighborhood?
Organizations like Habitat for Humanity are struggling to keep up with the demand for affordable housing.