Government mortgage program origination jumps

Local lenders say utilization of Federal Housing Agency (FHA) and other government loans is up, dramatically, from levels last year. Industry sources report to The City Paper that local origination of FHA loans is currently as much as two to five times higher than numbers from this time last year. More

West End Summit likely to rise beginning in November

Alex S. Palmer & Company confirmed today it will likely begin foundation work and vertical construction of its $300 million, two-tower West End Summit complex in November. More

The baby business is booming

Middle Tennessee’s population of young adults is climbing. And so is the amount of money being invested in obstetrics care by local hospitals. More

Chamber to unveil new image

A year after the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce named Ralph Schulz its new president, the economic development organization will announce changes to its image and mission statement at a membership meeting Oct. 9 where it says a “new” Chamber will be unveiled. More

Ferrell to start media company

Nashville Scene publisher Chris Ferrell will step down next week to start up a new media company with an unnamed local investor, Ferrell told The City Paper Thursday. More

VUMC considers $203 million Children's Hospital expansion

The Vanderbilt University Board of Trust has approved $5.4 million in planning fees for a proposed eight-story addition to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital. More

Regions names new statewide president, outlines plans for expansion

Signage on the building formerly known as AmSouth Center was only changed last week. More

Regions names Herron state president

Regions Bank officials announced this morning that Keith Herron has been named regional president for the state of Tennessee, and that Nashville is now the company’s formal headquarters for state operations. More

Anticipating expansion, Meridian Healthcare moves to Franklin

A Nashville-based health care company is moving to Williamson County, and doubling its usable office space in the process. More

Franklin Synergy secures state charter

Franklin will likely, by November, be home to the town’s only locally owned and operated community bank. Again. More
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