Post Tagged with: "MDHA"
Developers are almost ready to hear from people who want to live in a new, affordable apartment building near downtown Nashville. But there’s a catch. Ryman Lofts is intended just for artists.Read more ›
After four years and thousands of names on a waiting list, a rental assistance program is ready to take new applicants.Read more ›
The city of Nashville is trying to avoid paying what a jury considers full price for a former parking lot in the footprint of city’s new convention center.Read more ›
During the floods, a swollen Cumberland River washed away a homeless campsite in Nashville known as Tent City. Now, Metro’s Homelessness Commission and housing development agency, MDHA, are trying to keep track of and get shelter for Tent City’s 140 residents.Read more ›
The Metro Development and Housing Agency is moving to acquire riverfront property for a so-called adventure play park. It’s the first project in a $30 million riverfront redevelopment plan that’s been in the works for at least five years.
The fight over land marked for a new Nashville convention center continued Wednesday as a key property owner filed court papers protesting the city’s efforts to use eminent domain.Read more ›
The largest land owner in the footprint of a planned downtown convention center has turned from friend to foe of the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency.Read more ›
The Metro Council voted 33 to 3 Friday afternoon to create a new board that will oversee construction of the proposed downtown convention center.Read more ›
The fallout from an over-budget PR contract took a turn toward ethics Monday night.Read more ›
McNeely, Piggot & Fox has stepped away from its contract to promote a new Nashville convention center.Read more ›
The Metro Development and Housing Agency chief said today he budgeted $900,000 for communications about the proposed downtown convention center.Read more ›
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean wants to appoint a nine-member board to manage the development and financing of a new convention center.Read more ›
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean says he’s unhappy with the level of oversight given to a $75,000 public relations contract for a new downtown convention center.Read more ›
Developers chosen this week to build a hotel that goes along with a new downtown convention center are working with Metro Government to pay for construction.Read more ›