All Eyes On The National Museum of African American Music

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The long-awaited National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) is slated to open in summer of 2020. It will be the only museum dedicated solely to preserving African American music traditions and celebrating the influence black Americans have had on music. Based in Nashville, Tenn., as part of the Fifth + Broadway development, the museum will share the story of the American soundtrack by integrating history and interactive technology to bring musical heroes of the past into the present. African Americans are responsible for the musical legacy of our country, having created more than 50 genres and sub-genres comprising most … Read More

MP&F, a Reflection of Nashville, Works To Help Shepherd Growth

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Nashville’s recent growth has been as hot as hot chicken itself, and for good reason, too. The Nashville area is experiencing the third-highest job growth of large metro areas in the United States, and the Metro Planning Department estimates that over 1 million people will move to Middle Tennessee by 2040. MP&F has worked closely with many people who are helping the area adjust to this growth, and has seen these shifts take shape at the company itself. Almost half of MP&F’s more than 70-person staff has roots outside of Middle Tennessee. As Nashville continues to grow, MP&F’s team is … Read More

Renaissance Nashville Hotel Only Downtown Hotel to Offer PURE Rooms

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PURE Rooms

PURE Rooms are the most comprehensive allergy-friendly system on the market for commercial and personal use, and the Renaissance Nashville Hotel now has 34 available to guests. The Renaissance is the only hotel in downtown Nashville to offer such an amenity. Using a seven-step purification process, PURE Rooms creates a welcoming environment for those who suffer from severe allergies or breathing complications, such as asthma. PURE Rooms are available in luxury hotels across the globe, and the Renaissance Nashville Hotel is pleased to bring this innovative room option to downtown Nashville as Nashville continues to be ranked as one of … Read More

Nashville High-Rise Welcomes New Staffers

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SoBro Star

Chicago-based Magellan Development Group has hired Steve Navarrete and Kala Geers as leasing agents and Katie Eadler as administrative assistant at The SoBro, downtown Nashville’s luxury rental apartment high-rise. Navarrete is a Nashville native with both leasing and sales experience. His background is in customer service, retail and telecommunications. Geers is a native of Dallas, Texas, with experience in customer service and sales. She worked as a leasing consultant at Lincoln Property Company in Dallas before moving to Nashville to expand her residential real estate expertise. Eadler, a Nashville native, received her Bachelor of Science degree in mass communication and … Read More

Marines Roll Through Lower Broadway in Saturday Parade

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Marine Week 2016

The Marine Week Nashville festivities continue into the weekend with a boot camp challenge and a parade unlike any the city has ever seen, the latter rolling through Lower Broadway on Saturday, Sept. 10, from 5–6 p.m. The public is invited to take in the sights of more than 700 Marines’ ascending from Fifth Avenue to Riverfront Park. The sounds of the full ceremonial Marine Band San Diego will energize the crowd on Lower Broadway as the Silent Drill Platoon’s rifles will spin and toss without a single verbal command. Before the parade, the Marines invite big kids and little ones … Read More

An Inside Look at MP&F’s New Office Space

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MP&F Partner Katy Varney recently penned a guest column for the Nashville Business Journal about the firm’s new office space and how it’s an asset for clients and the future of the company, along with the reasoning for why we stayed downtown. If you’re interested in reading Katy’s column, please click here. To complement the column, the NBJ photographed the new space.  A 27-photo slideshow can be found here. (A paid online subscription is required to read the column and view the photos.)