$31M project will take about a year
Nov 23, 2009 3:19 PM
A new white paper published by the American Institute of Architects includes a case study of Nashville's efforts to infuse its growth plans with green building and development thinking. The snapshot — sanitized a bit by phrases like 'millions of dollars in building still scheduled for completion' when talking about The Gulch — is part of a broader AIA plan to make the U.S. built environment carbon-neutral by 2030. SEE ALSO: An update on some of the millions that have already been spent on The Gulch
Nov 12, 2009 7:17 AM
Standard & Poor's has given the Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County its first-ever AAA rating.
This AAA/Stable rating was awarded as CUCRC prepared for the sale of $15 million in 20-year bonds. The proceeds will help to refinance the utility’s previous debt which was used to improve its system which serves almost 43,000 customers in Rutherford County. The bond monies will also be used to provide additional capital for ongoing projects.
Nov 11, 2009 9:10 AM
From the Real Estate Channel:
Josh Tarkow, associate, negotiated the purchase of three industrial buildings totaling 12,731sf on a 6.3 acre site in Tampa for $1.213 Million.Tarkow negotiated the on behalf Nashville-based Hayes Pipe Supply who purchased the property at 9416 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. for its new branch facility. Hayes has eight locations in the US. Rockdale Pipeline of Conyers, Ga. is the seller.
Nov 11, 2009 7:29 AM
Also: A VA jobs win for Smyrna, Herenton's DOJ letter, developers embroiled in Rarity suit, and more... [From our print edition featured in Monday's City Paper]
Nov 1, 2009 9:26 PM
TRG analyst Kathryn Thompson says the latest political posturing over infrastructure spending could push the conversation to a more productive place.
What does this all mean? Perhaps the biggest roadblock to transportation reauthorization debate has been lack of guidance from the White House. Durbin’s unique political position (i.e., Senate majority whip & close ties to Illinois based President Obama) could help bring to light to the Obama administration that the transportation bill is, in fact, a politically worthy cause to address sooner rather than later. Overall, it is clear that the pressure is mounting, driven by state DOTs, industry, and rising unemployment.
Oct 30, 2009 1:53 PM
Ronnie Barrett says state officials told him they were on board with his plans to expand and add 300 jobs just off I-24 in Rutherford County — until they weren't and left him with a building he can't get to.
"TDOT was very in favor of it. They said, 'Yes, we like it. It's an old farm fence out there. I think it's going to be easy just to move the fence,'" said Barrett. "Now we have the inability to be able to win certain government contracts because our building's not big enough."
Oct 30, 2009 10:39 AM
Officials in Nashville, Franklin and Dickson County can expect a stimulus check in the mail for water and wastewater system improvements. The total money being allocated to the three as part of the third round of Recovery Act spending is a shade under $14 million.
Oct 27, 2009 8:03 AM
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