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Nashville Multifamily Boom!

The Music City Shows No Signs of Stopping

Event Ended On: Thursday October 3 2019

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Speakers

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Where - and why - residents want to live in Nashville, and what resources, amenities, and educational opportunities are driving them there 

Ben Collins

Senior Managing Director, Crescent Communities
Ryan Keane

Ryan Keane

Vice President, James McHugh Construction Co.

Development & Design 

An overarching review of the trends developers are seeing in Nashville, as well as the major projects that are defining multifamily in the Music City.

Katherine Mosley

Katherine Mosley

Principal, Tribridge Residential
Josh Landry

Josh Landry

Executive Vice President, Buckingham Companies

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Registration, Networking, & Breakfast
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Welcome to the Neighborhood
Where - and why - residents want to live in Nashville, and what resources, amenities, and educational opportunities are driving them there 
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
Development & Design
An overarching review of the trends developers are seeing in Nashville, as well as the major projects that are defining multifamily in the Music City. 
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

Omni Nashville Hotel
250 5th Ave South
Nashville, TN 37203

Ballroom/Floor: Legends E-G/ 2nd Level

Parking Information: Discounted Valet Parking $16

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Event Summary

According to CBRE, a vibrant economy

and

soaring home prices has resulted in a multifamily surge in the Music City. That, paired with increased demand to live in a city that has seemingly mastered the art of live-work-play-learn makes Nashville undergoing a monumental multifamily boom. While not as many units are being added — the count went down from 7,200 in 2018 compared to 2017's 8,000 — landlords can expect a rise in demand. The city’s largest age demographic is between 25-29 years old,

and many of these residents are just now starting families of their own, so the need for quality

multifamily housing and amenities like early education and care is expected to rise.

Will this keep the multifamily boom afloat, and what could possibly happen when demand starts to spill over?

Join us as we

dive deep into all of the development and investment trends shaping the region, from amenity demands to how developers are creatively financing their projects as construction costs continue to climb. It's a Bisnow event you don't want to miss!

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Nashville

Event Producer, Elizabeth Baker, at liz.baker@bisnow.com



  1. Where are residents looking to live in the Music City, and why? Where do amenities like early education and care come into play, as more young families are flocking to Nashville?
  2. As supply is starting to slow, will demand begin to catch up and eventually overtake it?
  3. How are developers creatively financing their projects as construction costs continue to climb?
  4. As the '100 residents a day' incentive to move to Nashville has been overall successful, are there concerns about over-saturation?
  5. Where does affordable housing fall into the mix of this multifamily boom?