Janet Miller was pretty sure she had done enough to get the job.
There is perhaps no better symbol of a city's growth and prosperity than a tower crane.
It is no secret that Nashville's apartment market is booming.
Guest column by Mike Hunkler
Nashville is fast becoming a city of "green buildings."
Looked around Music City lately and incredulously shaken your head at the sheer volume of construction work being done?
Block by Block has been a part of local maintenance services conglomerate SMS Holdings for more than seven years, during which it has grown its revenues to about $60 million. The business, which manages downtown ambassador programs in more than 70 cities in 28 states, has been led by Blair M…
Nashville is emerging as a mid-sized city with numerous eye-catching urban neighborhoods and districts, often sporting specific nodes of noteworthiness. These self-contained places showcase both large-scale buildings (as found in the central business district, SoBro, The Gulch and Midtown) a…
Gallatin Pike is one of Nashville's key streets, its name change to Main Street as it approaches downtown suggesting a certain importance and geographic noteworthiness.
There are Nashville street segments that no one could imagine radically altering, including those in East Nashville's Five Points (with its restaurants, bars and historic homes) and at the Music Row roundabout, where the nine nude figures of Musica cavort.
Certain streets tell the story of Nashville's urban revival.
It has taken much time, but the property once home to the Bellevue Center mall is ready for a new life.
Picture summertime in The Nations.
Bike through most neighborhoods ringing Nashville's urban core and you are bound to get a flat tire -- the result of multiple construction sites yielding reinvented once-vacant or underused lots.
Kelly Copeland had reason to be skittish.
Nashville has a housing concern.
Spur, Texas, has a population of about 1,000 folks living humbly within its 1.6 square miles.
Mass transportation for Nashville.
The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency this summer broke ground on the 68-unit Cayce Place Apartments in East Nashville. The $11 million project is part of the first phase of MDHA's master redevelopment plan, known as Envision Cayce, that calls for 2,390 units and ensures a one-for-…