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The Nashville Civic Design Center conducted the following design research and analysis to help guide community development immediately north of down- town Nashville, an area bounded by I-265/65, James Robertson Parkway, and the Cumberland River. The study area included the neighborhoods of Buena Vista, East Germantown, Germantown, Hope Gardens, and Salemtown. The work was produced by the Nashville Civic Design Center in concert with neighborhood resi- dents, business owners, and property owners. The staff of the Civic Design Center during the study was: Blythe Bailey, Project Manager and Design Intern; John Houghton, Acting Executive Director; Mark M. Schimmenti, Design Director; Catherine Tracy, Design Intern; and Astrid Schoonhoven, Research Intern. Judy Steele of the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency; Randall Hutcheson, Marty Sewell, Brian Wallace, and Keith Covington of the Metro Planning Department; and Jeff Campbell of Metro Public Works contributed significantly to the report.

Questions and inquires may be directed to:

Nashville Civic Design Center 700 Church Street, Suite 102 Nashville, Tennessee 37203 (615) 248-4280 voice (615) 248-4282 fax info@civicdesigncenter.org

©2002 Nashville Civic Design Center

Nashville Civic Design Center Report: The neighborhoods north of downtown Nashville page 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Summary

4

Historical Research and Existing Conditions

6

Community Input

9

Design Analysis

12

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