Author: Robert Looper III

Owner & Founder Of Nashville Now Next & City Now Next

Developer, AJ Capital Partners (AJCP), has plans for a new mixed-use development along the site of the existing railyard on Chestnut Street. The project includes a central pavilion flanked by a music hall, office building, and two levels of underground parking. The project is across the tracks from another AJCP project, Nashville Warehouse Co. The new development is located on 426 Chestnut Street. Slide the image to see What’s Now & Next! Wedgewood-Houston (WEHO) is a unique neighborhood and one that’s experiencing development growth similar to Downtown Nashville. Developers from across the country have taken interests in the area since…

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This story has been updated. Click (Here) for the latest. Camden Gulch is a proposed 16-story mixed-use development in the Nashville Gulch. Plans were revealed yesterday for how it will transform the current home of A+ Storage located at 909 Division Street. Camden Gulch is situated directly across the street from the Hilton Canopy & Homewood Suites (currently under construction) and the recently completed residential development, Harlowe by Greystar. Division Street The Nashville Gulch July 2022 This development serves as another great example of how the Downtown Code’s criteria produces sound architectural design and thoughtful building function. It is also…

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National Women Touched by Addiction Day was created by Mending Hearts to help combat the stigma that so many of their clients and families deal with daily. On July 23rd Mending Hearts will gather at Nashville Public Square in front of the Courthouse to raise awareness about Mending Hearts and the amazing services it offers women. There will be impactful speakers including, Former Mayor Megan Barry, Richard Scott, Mending Hearts Founding CEO Trina Frierson, Erin Calpari, PhD. from Vanderbilt Center for Addiction Research, and Judge Rachel Bell. Public Square Park This unifying advocacy walk will also include music, food trucks, and vendors such as, Thistle Farms, GRASP, STARS Nashville,…

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