Learn About New Developments, The Impacts Of Tourism At Bisnow's Nashville Hospitality And Retail Event
Nashville’s hospitality sector is growing with hotels, convention centers and more — bringing in significant income for the Music City. In 2022, Nashville saw a record $9B in visitor spending, and this number is expected to reach new heights by the end of 2023. Retail is also expanding with 39 new developments coming to the city, including the 290K SF Tanger Outlets outdoor shopping center in Nashville, which is slated to open in the fall.
With all of this activity, it's essential for local developers, investors and other CRE experts to see how the retail and hospitality markets will adjust to this growing demand and what areas they’ll serve due to the uptick in tourist dollars.
Will owners and developers renew their interests in luxury hospitality? How will Nashville overcome challenges in labor supply, construction costs and inflation to keep up with the growing demand in hospitality? How are retail owners adapting to shifting consumer behavior and tenant demands with shopping centers like Tanger Outlets moving into the market? Find out the answer to those questions and more at Bisnow’s Nashville Hospitality and Retail Summit. The event will be held at The Westin Nashville on July 20. Register here for the event.
Speakers and panels include:
Exploring Nashville's 2023 Retail Activity:
- Megan Salvador, regional real estate manager at Wawa
- Monika Hartman, senior general manager at Fifth + Broadway
- Kimberly Goetz, vice president of leasing at Toro Development Co.
Growing Nashville’s Hospitality Market: Hotel Development and Investment Opportunities:
- Adi Bhoopathy, managing principal and head of capital markets at Noble Investment
- Steve Kirkham, partner at Holland & Knight LLP
- Jai Patel, managing director and CEO at Vivid Capital
As the retail and hospitality sectors continue to flourish in Nashville and across the Southeast, Bisnow is dedicated to providing the CRE industry with the latest news developments in the region. To connect with leaders in the Nashville retail and hospitality markets and learn more about what development opportunities lie ahead, how to respond to consumer shifts and the biggest trends in the city, register here.