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Hall-Harding-McCampbell House (c. 1805) Restoration

Located at 305 Kent Road in Donelson, the Hall-Harding-McCampbell House was included on our 2009 Nashville Nine list of the city’s most endangered historic properties. The house was built around 1805 by the Hall brothers and acquired by the McCampbell family in the 1840s. By the time its last owner passed away, most of the...

Historic Nashville Announces 2017 “Nashville One”

For the first time in its annual Nashville Nine list of endangered historic places, Historic Nashville, Inc. (HNI) today announced Fort Negley Historic Park as 2017’s “Nashville ONE.” The decision to highlight only one historic place, rather than the traditional list of nine, supports widespread opposition...

2017 Nashville Nine to Be Announced Oct. 6

Friday, October 6, at noon, Historic Nashville will announce the 2017 Nashville Nine list of our city’s historic properties endangered by demolition, neglect or development.  Every year, the Nashville Nine list is compiled through a public nomination process revealing historic buildings and places that matter to...

Ask an Architect: Restoring Historic Houses

Tyler F. LeMarinel, AIA, NCARB, is a Partner with Allard Ward Architects, LLC, a local firm he’s been involved with since 2006. He holds a B.A. in Architectural Sciences from Western Kentucky University and a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado, Denver. In...

Call for Nominations for the 2017 Nashville Nine

NASHVILLE, TN, July 2017 – Historic Nashville, Inc. (HNI) is accepting nominations for historic properties for the 2017 Nashville Nine, Historic Nashville’s annual list of the most endangered historic properties, including landmarks, bridges, signs, and neighborhoods in Nashville and Davidson County. The Nashville Nine list has...

Imperial House Apartments: 1963-2017

The Imperial House Apartments, featured on our 2010 Nashville Nine list, were demolished in late May of this year. This Mid-Century Modern building in Belle Meade was the first commission of architect Earl Swensson after relocating to Nashville from Chicago, and featured some of the most...

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