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Nashville ranked hottest single-family housing market in nation

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Nashville has the hottest single-family housing market in the U.S., according to online real estate marketplace Ten-X Research of Irvine, California. Growth in home sales, price appreciation, population and jobs all factors in second quarter ranking. The ranking is based on annual growth in home sales and price appreciation. The ranking in Ten-X’s Top Single-Family Housing Markets Summer 2017 report... 

2017 Steps of Success 5K

It’s not every day that you see runners dressed in “suits”, but that’s what makes the Steps of Success 5K one of Nashville’s most unique 5K and 1 Mile News for Nashville TN – AmericanTowns.com  Read More »
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Vanderbilt’s Center for Health Care Market Innovation Co-Sponsors Health:Further Festival 2017

Event takes place in downtown Nashville August 22-25, with speakers including Dr. Mehmet Oz and NBA hall-of-famer Dominique Wilkins. News for Nashville TN – AmericanTowns.com  Read More »

Chicago co-working operation buys downtown building

Yet another shared office operation is landing in Nashville — meaning that just this year, roughly 200,000 square feet of those operations have News for Nashville TN – AmericanTowns.com  Read More »

HumanDocs celebrates eclipse with late-night screening of Chasing Shadows on Sunday, Aug. 20

Lipscomb University’s annual HumanDocs film series presents a special late-night screening of Chasing Shadows at 10 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 20 in S News for Nashville TN – AmericanTowns.com  Read More »

Women of Influence: Heather McBee, Nashville Entrepreneur Center

Women of Influence: Heather McBee, Nashville Entrepreneur Center The Nashville Entrepreneur Center is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization founded by the community for the community. Vice president of operations Heather McBee manages the day-to-day business and identifies and implements system and ops efficiencies to scale and support more entrepreneurs. McBee also has a leadership role in Project... 

Nashville asked to compete for 2026 World Cup games

Nashville asked to compete for 2026 World Cup games As the city ramps up efforts to land a Major League Soccer team, Nashville could find itself on a list of host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The United Bid Committee of the United States, Mexico and Canada included Nashville on a list of 44 cities that are receiving “Requests for Information” to judge their interest in being... 
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