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Plans unveiled for 'Broadway Hotel'

Denver-based Sage Hospitality today unveiled the new design for the proposed hotel along Lower Broadway after having filed with the Metro Planning Commission an amendment to the zoning approved for the project last year. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, My son is a sophomore at a local college, and he wants to transfer to a very prestigious university. If he did this he would incur more than $100,000 in student loan debt, and that’s with us picking up half of the cost. What do you think I should tell him? More

Oil, gasoline climb to records as investors move to commodities

Crude oil and gasoline rose to records as investors purchased commodities because their returns have outpaced stocks, bonds and other financial instruments. More

High demands for Music City Center must be met in details

On occasion, a small group gathers at Mulligan's Pub downtown to quaff Irish stout and discuss matters related to Nashville's built environment. More

Marketplace: Commercial Real estate takes break

Chirp. Chirp. Chirp. You can hear the grasshoppers in the silence of the commercial real estate community. More

News analysis: Green all around with a Bells Bend land swap

Bells Bend's neighbors want green. More

SBA loans aren’t being crunched at area banks

Bob and Martha Beck own a good bit of rental property around Nashville and want to refinance the few properties they didn’t own outright. More

Explanation for economy woes simply doesn’t exist

Friday proved to be another banner day for psyche abuse with reports that the University of Michigan’s consumer-sentiment index had “plunged” to its lowest level since 1982. More

New businesses

Sanders hosts new radio show

Grammy-award winning producer and songwriter Shannon Sanders’ extensive and impressive list of collaborations and clients includes many of the biggest names in contemporary pop music. More

Senate backs legislation to stem housing crisis

The U.S. Senate, seeking to address the housing crisis blamed for the nation’s economic slowdown, backed a $24 billion plan that focuses on providing new tax breaks for home builders. More

College may be over, but learning isn’t

Q: I’m a graduate student who will be graduating in May. At that time, I’ll be starting a full-time job and looking to purchase a home for the first time. More

Executive Appointments

Damron named Young Engineer of the Year FirstBank makes two key additions Wrensong/Reynsong announces promotion U.S. Bank, Pulley presented with Lender of the Year honor Sloane joins Ultrastar as senior client manager More

Real estate transactions

Nashville Fire receives funds specialized training

BB&T and Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company teamed up on Wednesday to award a $12,382 grant to the Nashville Fire Department to help fund specialized training for members of the department’s technical rescue team. More

SouthComm signs letter of intent to purchase 'The City Paper'

Local publishing company SouthComm Communications announced today it has signed a letter of intent to purchase The City Paper and its companion Web site nashvillecitypaper.com. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, I’ve been trying to talk my husband out of going into debt to pay for things for years now. More

AT&T won’t say where it’d offer TV if bill passes

Office market holds steady here

Nashville’s office market showed continuing strength in the first quarter of the year, helping the city remain steady as big markets across the country are beginning to struggle with the economy. More

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