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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...

2017 Metro Historical Commission Preservation Awards

On May 10, the Metro Historical Commission honored local projects and individuals that have contributed to the preservation and restoration of historic buildings, landscapes, and neighborhoods. The 42nd Annual Preservation Awards recognized winners in the categories of Residential, Infill, Industrial and Engineering, Monuments and Memorials,...

In Defense of Fort Negley – A Nashville Nine Update

Due to the increasing threat to Fort Negley Park following the relocation of the Nashville Sounds to a new stadium, the park was included in Historic Nashville’s 2016 Nashville Nine. The property is an important part of Nashville’s history and serves as much needed green...

Historic Nashville Announces the 2016 Nashville Nine

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. Oct. 9, 2016 – Historic Nashville, Inc. (HNI) announced its 2016 Nashville Nine, a list of the city’s most endangered historic places, at a press conference held today at the Union Station Hotel in downtown Nashville.  Award winning recording artist and...

News on Nashville Nine Properties

Historic Nashville Nine Updates Utopia Hotel Local developers released a new architectural drawing of the luxury “Dream Nashville Hotel” under construction in the Printers Alley Historic District in downtown Nashville. The completed hotel will comprise the restored historic Utopia Hotel (right) and reconstruct the façade...

Nashville Nine Nominations Are Open!

It’s that time of year again! HNI’s 2016 Nashville Nine list will be announced in September, and your nominations are invited. Since 2009, the annual Nashville Nine list has highlighted significant historic properties throughout the city that are in danger of being demolished or are...

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