Episode 1101

Is The New Pedestrian Bridge Official?

Buc-ee’s once again makes an announcement for a location within a close distance of Nashville. Metro Nashville is identifying a developer for the 30 acres of Metro owned land around the new Nissan Stadium. Plus, new renderings for a pedestrian bridge that connects Germantown to River North may solidify its prospects of development.

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Rendering shows pedestrian bridge from Germantown to Oracle

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