LIVE IT UP! Downtown Home Tour slated for Sunday

Thursday, April 14, 2011 at 6:16pm
Staff reports

The Nashville Downtown Partnership will host its eighth annual LIVE IT UP! Downtown Home Tour Sunday, April 17, from noon to 6 p.m. 

Now firmly established as a Nashville staple, the event showcases downtown living. This year, more than 22 downtown residences at 10 locations are on the tour. Tickets are $10 each.  For details and to purchase advance tickets online with a credit card, visit http://www.nashvilledowntown.com/live/live-it-up-downtown-home-tour.

From 11:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. on April 17, tickets (cash, check or credit card) may be purchased at the Cohen Building (421 Church Street) directly beside the Viridian Condominiums.  Tickets purchased online should be redeemed at this central registration site on April 17. 

During the tour hours, tickets may also be purchased (cash or check only) at Encore Condominiums (301 Demonbreun St.) and Terrazzo in the Gulch (700 12th Ave. S.). Groupon vouchers may be redeemed at any of the ticket sales locations.

With more than 10 sponsoring groups, this year’s LIVE IT UP! Home Tour features a variety of housing options. Two newly converted rental projects — Rolling Mill Hill and Velocity — will be featured as well as penthouses and condos for-sale and private residences. Areas on the tour include the downtown core, SoBro, Rolling Mill Hill and the Gulch.  Sales and leases generated by the past seven tours have had an economic impact of more than $45 million.

This year, the first five home tour attendees to close on a home purchase in downtown between April 18 and Dec. 31 will be eligible to receive a $1,000 closing cost incentive from the Nashville Downtown Partnership. Each candidate must be a ticketholder to the 2011 City Lights Tour on April 14 and/or the 2011 Downtown Home Tour, and have his/her name recorded. Other restrictions apply. 

See official rules at http://www.nashvilledowntown.com/live/live-it-up-downtown-home-tour.

1 Comment on this post:

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