Southwest Nashville Edition - February 2020

SOUTHWEST NASHVILLE EDITION

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 11  FEB. 22MARCH 20, 2020

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HOTEL BOOM

Nashville hotels under construction, in planning and proposed for development. 37 14,644 Southwest Nashville hotels under construction, in planning and proposed for development Nashville hotel rooms expected to open within the next ve years Over one-third of hotels under construction or proposed for Davidson County are in Southwest Nashville. COMING DOWN THE PIPELINE 90

Southwest Nashville, which includes The Gulch, Midtown, West End and surrounding neighborhoods, has become a popular area of town for hotel developers to break ground.

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hotels added as of 2020

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Southwest Nashville hotel rooms expected to open within the next ve years

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MetroNashville begins decades- long commitment to clean energy

In June 2019, Metro Nashville Council approved three ordinances that prioritize green initiatives.

Bill 1599

Bill 1598

Bill 1600

This ordinance requires the city to implement green building standards that promote reduced energy and water use at government buildings.

In 2020, Metro Nashville will begin a three- decade transition to using only zero-emission vehicles for city services by 2050.

BY DYLAN SKYE AYCOCK

administration unveiled a plan to pro- mote sustainability at government and city levels. Cooper’s plan follows a unanimous vote at the beginning of June, with which Metro Nashville Council passed CONTINUED ON 18

By 2041, Metro Nashville must power all buildings with solar, wind and/or renewable energy sources.

Metro Nashville is moving forward with new green initiatives despite the fact that it will be operating under a tight budget until at least the next s- cal year. In December, Mayor John Cooper’s

SOURCE: METRO NASHVILLE COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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