VUMC expansion could render 21st Ave. properties more valuable

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is preparing to expand it children’s hospital. More

VUMC expansion could render 21st Ave. properties more valuable

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is preparing to expand it children’s hospital. More

Jurkovich to leave office next week

Tom Jurkovich, director of the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development under Mayor Bill Purcell, has confirmed that he will be concluding his transitional work for Mayor Karl Dean’s administration and leaving the office next week. More

Piedmont Gas plans move out of MetroCenter

Another large MetroCenter-area property has hit the market. Nashville’s Piedmont Natural Gas Mainstream Drive facility is officially for sale with an asking price $14 million — and the company is looking for a replacement site in or out of Davidson County. More

No word on extending today’s deadline for Preds’ group

Players on all sides of the current Predators negotiations spent Tuesday saying very little about what progress is being made in brokering a deal between the team’s prospective buyers and the city. More

100 Oaks transformation coming soon

Hundreds of community leaders, area business representatives and Vanderbilt University Medical Center employees turned out Monday night to get a detailed look at renovation plans for 100 Oaks Mall. More

National Fulfillment files for bankruptcy; state moves to continue action

National Fulfillment Inc., a beleaguered Lebanon company founded by recently deceased Roland “Rollie” Froehlig, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and likely will soon close its doors permanently. More

Bellevue Center cleared for purchase, renovation

Now all they have to do is buy it, and build it. More

Construction to start soon on Velocity

Construction will begin next week on The Velocity, a condominium unit targeting mid-income homebuyers, developers said at a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday. More

JetBlue to depart Nashville

Citing underperformance in both demand and revenue growth, New York-based JetBlue Airways announced Tuesday that it is discontinuing service to Nashville, as well as to Columbus, Ohio. More
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