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December 12, 2017

Broadstone 8South adds bikes, repair shop to encourage sustainable transportation

As Nashville traffic continues to grow, Broadstone 8south is helping to solve the problem by providing bikes to its apartment residents. This initiative, which the developer hopes will help residents become less reliant on their cars, is a first of its kind in the city. http://www.newschannel5.com/…/broadstone-8south-adds-bikes-…

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If I Knew Then: Fontaine Lee

Fontaine Lee of Cumberland Trust found out through her career and experience at different companies that culture is king and bigger isn’t always better. Find the right place for you and you will excel. Read about her lesson in Crain’s Atlanta. http://atlanta.crains.com/if-…/fontaine-lee/cumberland-trust

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Tutus, tiaras and soothing toxic stress in little girls

Our partners at the ACE Awareness Foundation are giving hope to the next generation, one twirl at a time. As UPP Perea site director Molly Crenshaw writes for The Commercial Appeal: “Through dance, games, and music, we can find peace and create positive memories to help prevent toxic stress and potential ACEs.” http://www.commercialappeal.com/…/tutus-tiaras-a…/792390001/

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Chapter 9 on the rise

Chapter 9 is on the rise when it comes to hospital bankruptcies. Healthcare Management Partners’ Clare Moylan outlines the idiosyncrasies to Chapter 9 that make it more favorable for debtors than Chapter 11 in Becker’s Hospital Review: https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/…/chapter-9-on-the-ri…

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Southern Land announces four promotions

National developer Southern Land Company promoted four veteran employees to leadership positions within the company, including two veteran employees who will step into senior vice president roles. Southern Land continues to hit important new milestones, like the start of leasing its Vertis Green Hills project and the opening of a Denver office. https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/people/article/20980359/southern-land-announces-four-promotions  

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Nashville renters lured with distinctive, customized approaches

Developer Andrew Steffens of Alliance Residential explained that as a local developer working under a national platform, his goal is to hone in the feel and vibe of a particular neighborhood. “The exterior architecture will tie into the history of the neighborhood and the historical buildings around it,” Steffens said. “The same goes for the interior. I try to bring things from outside around the neighborhood to the inside.” http://nashville.crains.com/article/news/nashville-renters-lured-distinctive-customized-approaches?utm_content=nashville&utm_campaign=socialflow&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social  

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Neighborhood group wants ‘new vision’ for North Nashville

Mayor Megan Barry cites continued growth and opportunity as West Trinity Lane community Nashville North By Northeast United turns out in force to celebrate new vision for historic North Nashville neighborhood. Neighborhood group wants ‘new vision’ for North Nashville

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More to Southern Festival of Books 2017 than books

There is more to the Southern Festival of Books than just books! With children’s programming, live music and other performances, food trucks and Watkins College of Art‘s Handmade & Bound festival, there is fun for your entire family to enjoy. Join Humanities Tennessee this weekend on War Memorial Plaza for the 29th Annual Southern Festival of Books! http://www.tennessean.com/story/life/shopping/ms-cheap/2017/10/08/southern-festival-books-nashville/726432001/  

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