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

Famed producer now operates his own office

For nearly 25 years, Tony Brown ranked at or near the top among successful country music executives. His lengthy list of signees included Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, Lyle Lovett, Kelly Willis, Todd Snider, Allison Moorer, The Mavericks, Cross Canadian Ragweed and Shooter Jennings. More

Airport board adopts policies to boost minority contracts

The Metro Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) has adopted a set of policies geared to improving the diversity of companies contracted to complete airport work. More

Most expensive homes now even pricier, courtesy of ‘jumbo’ mortgage trends

Mortgage rates for home loans of $417,000 and higher — called “jumbo” loans — are up by an average of 1.25 percentage points over rates several months ago, local brokers say. More

Gibson continues to fight fakes

Following up on earlier warnings, Nashville-based Gibson Guitar Corp. is continuing to fight sales of counterfeit guitars bearing the Gibson name. More

Complaints lead FAA to alter flight patterns

Decisions to divert air traffic over East Nashville this summer created a lot of noise. And it didn’t just come from the planes. More

Westin developer faces delays elsewhere but isn’t worried

An executive with the developers of the proposed 201-foot Westin hotel/condo tower on Lower Broad downtown — Fayetteville, Ark. developer The Barber Group — said his company is not in trouble despite well publicized delays on two major projects in the company’s home state including work on another Westin. More

Bellevue Center plans filed with Metro Planning Commission

Foursquare Properties Inc., the prospective buyer of struggling mall Bellevue Center, on Thursday filed redevelopment plans for the mall with the Nashville Metropolitan Planning Commission. More

Pinnacle Construction names CEO

Winfreys plan Cleveland Park redevelopment

Nearly an acre of land in East Nashville’s troubled Cleveland Park neighborhood may be redeveloped into a mixed-use retail and residential space, courtesy of a Nashville couple with strong ties to the area. More
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