This Week in Tennessee News
Bring on the Millennials: Nashville Soars as a Top City for College Grads
The Nashville Business Journal :: June 15, 2017
Music City ranked as the 3rd most attractive city for college graduates this year, according to an annual study by SmartAsset. The city’s ranking rose from last year, when it came in at No. 12.
Recent college graduates are flocking to Nashville for its employment levels, affordability and character. Improved job opportunities are most responsible for Nashville’s increased rank. The city’s unemployment rate for bachelor’s degree holders improved from… Read More
$150M Mixed-Use Project Eyed for Cool Springs
The Nashville Post :: June 9, 2017
Charlotte-based Crescent Communities Friday is eyeing a late 2018 start for its $150 million Bigby, a massive mixed-use development long eyed for Cool Springs.
Bigby will include multiple buildings accommodating 350,000 sq. feet of commercial space, 330 luxury apartments, 15 townhomes, and a 200-room hotel. “For the last two years, we’ve listened closely to what the City of Franklin wants for its future…” Read More
Anticipated Restaurant Henley Opening Monday
Nashville Guru :: June 14, 2017
Henley, a new modern American brasserie, is opening in Midtown’s Kimpton Hotel on Monday, June 19. Expect inventive cuisine inspired by flavors of the south in a laid-back environment. Focuses include shareable plates, communal courses, and a whiskey-centric beverage program. The menu will be under the direction of James Beard Award-winning executive chef RJ Cooper.
“Nashville is an incredibly spirited place and Midtown is a particularly exciting…” Read More
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