September/October 2013
Local pros discuss smart growth, the importance of The Amp and ‘the heart of who we are’
A stroll back to the birth of our growth spurt
The final installment of our chat with Boom magazine cover subjects Kim Hawkins and Aaron White
Nashville faces opportunities to adaptively reuse its suburban commercial spaces
Local pros share the new Nashville structures they think shine with elegance and edge
'Huge shift' in office space thinking emphasizes openness, light, collaboration more than ever [Online-only supplement to our Boom magazine]
Hastings principal David Bailey talks green design, city’s architecture
Metro's fire stations, police precincts incorporate sustainable features
Potential energy savings just a slice of what better building can deliver
M Street CEO Chris Hyndman is transforming the city’s hottest urban district with equally hot eateries
Retailers look at smaller spaces, short-term leases, mobile operations [Online-only content]
Architect Manuel Zeitlin continues to advocate a 21st-century design aesthetic
Exploring a cap over a prominent part of downtown’s interstate loop
At least in terms of pedestrian traffic
Marathon Village offers great growth potential — and questions about that growth
Key stretch of Hermitage Avenue could benefit from anchor buildings and businesses
East Nashville’s Main Street will need much improvement to reach full potential
Key avenue offers great potential but must address rough patch in its center
Nolensville Road is an international hub the city could tout to tourists
Airport South flies forward despite being city’s most overlooked and underappreciated submarket
Should Metro incentivize the development of structured parking?
Downtown garages set stage for success that has produced need for more spots [Online-only content]
Adelicia developer talks high-end amenities, Nashville’s capacity for more projects
MTA board member sees a new normal and political questions on the horizon
Rising rates are pushing the hot market beyond Five Points area
Nashville is booming with apartment building construction but certain rental products are lacking
Is Nashville ready to embrace large apartment buildings with tiny living spaces?
With area office building space availability tight, will the next wave of Class A structures lure tenants prepared to pay top dollar?

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