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On Nov. 16 developer Tony Giarratana unveiled a sculpture in front of the 505 high-rise building that recently opened at Fifth and Church, followed by tours of the inside.
We sat down with Sparks as the finishing touches were being applied to the new downtown eatery in the historic Life and Casualty Tower at Church and 4th to discuss the concept, the menu and the experience.
The Fairlane Hotel, a boutique hotel that is taking over a redeveloped midcentury office building downtown at 401 Union St., has released partial details about some of the restaurants planned for the hotel.
The Hotel Indigo Nashville at 301 Union St. wants to add an entrance on Printers Alley to improve access to The District Bar & Kitchen inside.(Photo: IHG)This article has 1 other Nashville location (Show)
C.B. Ragland plans a hotel for property The Listening Room once occupied at 200 Molloy St.
...can also enter through the lobby doors of L&C Tower on the corner of Church and 4th, then take the elevator up to the 2nd floor, which is where the cocktail bar...
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Dispatchers said the fire happened at 4 Main Street. Few additional details are available at this time.
Last fall, Bill Miller paid just over $7 million for the building at 121 Third Ave. S. that houses Mr. Hat’s Boot Co.
On Monday Bill Miller will be joined by the family of the Bakersfield Sound pioneer, who died last year, for a special announcement above the Cash Museum at 119 Third Ave. S.
Since opening the Cash Museum in 2013, Miller has added Nudie’s Honky Tonk at 409 Broadway in honor of deceased country music tailor Nudie Cohn. And last year, he opened the Patsy Cline Museum in space directly above the Cash Museum.
That includes the historic Southern Turf Building at 222 Fourth Ave. N., whose basement houses Skull's Rainbow Room. Before buying that National Register-building for $6 million, Miller purchased a majority stake in the Skull's bar and lounge that’s known for its burlesque shows.
Two show day done!! Thank you to everyone who joined us tonight for the shenanigans and blood and sorry to that lady who I think maybe got a little blooded at that cabaret table when I got shot. (spoiler alert)
The mural, by street artist Beau Stanton, is located at Fifth Avenue North and Commerce Street. It will be featured at the First Saturday Art Crawl for the next two months...
...for the next two months. Stanton’s previous work will be projected over Cashville at 236 Fifth Ave. N. during the Art Crawl the evening of Oct. 7, and the new mural will be...