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July 17, 2018 / News

5 Things to Know About Central BBQ’s Expansion to Nashville

Memphis-style smoked meats with a cult following The internet in Tennessee nearly broke last week with the news that Memphis’ Central BBQ would soon be slinging their famous slow-smoked barbecue right here in Music City. Central BBQ started smoking meats in Memphis in 2002 on Central Avenue and has since opened three other locations; Nashville will be

July 12, 2018 / News

Mega-developments are hoping to make downtown Nashville greener

Green spaces are in the works across some of downtown’s most gray areas, where frenetic construction has transformed neighborhoods into grids of boxes and asphalt. Mega-projects Nashville Yards, Capitol View and Peabody Plaza are plotting sizable parks around their towers. In the process, they’re forgoing more profitable choices. “It looks good,” said John Eakin, whose

July 12, 2018 / News

Memphis’ Central BBQ is coming to Nashville

A popular Memphis barbecue joint is planting its flag in Nashville. Central BBQ plans to open a restaurant in early 2019 at 408 11th Ave. N. in the Capitol View development. “Consistency is paramount when it comes to competition (barbecue) and focusing on quality, excellent pork and meat is really important. That was (the founders’)

June 11, 2018 / News

New image released for Capitol View Hampton

The development team behind the Hampton Inn & Suites Capitol View now underway in the North Gulch has released a new image for the building and has pushed back the completion date to fall 2019. Franklin-based hotel operations and development company Chartwell Hospitality and Rockbridge, an Ohio-based investment firm that focuses on hotels, are undertaking

April 2, 2018 / News

Capitol View: Master Planning a Dynamic Urban District

A cohesive yet flexible master plan sets the stage for this Nashville mixed-use development, which is now underway on a brownfield site. From a 32-acre brownfield in a virtual wasteland once known as “Hell’s Half Acre” there now rises a $750 million walkable urban district stitching together its surroundings into a new modern neighborhood destination. Capitol