2009 Annual Meeting Presentation
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

2009 Annual Meeting Presentation

on

  • 680 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
680
Views on SlideShare
609
Embed Views
71

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0

2 Embeds 71

http://www.nashvilledowntown.com 69
http://nashvilledowntown.com 2

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

2009 Annual Meeting Presentation 2009 Annual Meeting Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • NASHVILLE DOWNTOWN PARTNERSHIP 2009 Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon September 23
  • “ To make downtown Nashville the compelling urban center in the Southeast in which to LIVE, WORK, PLAY and INVEST” NASHVILLE DOWNTOWN PARTNERSHIP
    • Explosion of condo units in The Gulch– three high-rise condo developments open– almost 800 new units
    • Larger scale projects downtown: 3 with over 250 units,1 with more than 400 units since 2006
    LIVE: Adapting Now and Planning for Rebound
  •  
  •  
  •  
  • LIVE IT UP! 2009 Downtown Home Tour
    • HOME TOURS, 2004 - 2009
    • ATTENDANCE: over 6,500
    • ECONOMIC IMPACT: $46 million in sales, leases
  •  
    • The urban experience
    • Central location and convenience
    • Being close to work
    2009 TOP REASONS TO CHOOSE AN URBAN LIFESTYLE
  • DOWNTOWN LOCATION IS A SUSTAINABLE CHOICE
    • Existing infrastructure, options for transportation
    • Easy access to highways
    • Walkability factor (for lunch, business meetings, after hours entertainment and sports)
  •  
    • THE Business Center
    • >7 million square feet commercial inventory
    • 56% Class A
  • New Inventory 2007-2009 Over 900,000 square feet of new commercial space added in downtown Nashville SunTrust Plaza, 2007
  • WHY WORK DOWNTOWN?
    • “ Culturally, it’s an enormous difference … all positive. Being downtown is a kick, too. You … feel like you’re really in a city.”
    - Luke Lewis Chairman, Universal Music Group
  •  
    • The Pinnacle at Symphony Place
    • Adds 520,000 SF of world class commercial space
    • Bass, Berry & Sims, PLC (late 2009) and Pinnacle Financial Partners (early 2010) as key tenants
    • Car Share Program
    • 2 nd Quarter 2010
    • Positive environmental impact, with each shared car replacing 15 privately owned vehicles
    • Cost-effective option for businesses and residents downtown
    • Banner Year for Downtown Retail
    • Over 30 new retail stores opened or announced January-August 2009
  •  
  • Over 50% of new retailers in 2009 are food establishments
  •  
  •  
  •  
  • Downtown Amenities
    • 1 urban grocery
    • 2 florists
    • 4 dentists
    • 5 bakeries
    • 9 fitness centers
    • 12 barbers, hair salons, nails
    • 13 banks
    • 16 coffee shops
  • LP Field Park and Ride Initiative
    • Over 900 monthly riders on two routes
    • Free parking, $25 monthly shuttle passes means at least $1,000 in annual savings
    • PARK IT! Express Shuttles
    • Cost-effective option for prospective downtown tenants
    • Solutions for employees and patrons when parking demand and supply shift
    • Potential for evening and weekend event-driven parking with shuttle options
  •  
  • www.parkitdowntown.com
  • DOWNTOWN IS IN FULL BLOOM From 64 hanging baskets in 2008 to OVER 300 in 2009!
  •  
  • Maximizing the Visual Impact 2010 focus on small pockets of green space (e.g., boulevard medians) for appropriate landscaping
    • 12 floral towers on key downtown plazas
    • 2009 pilot program by local flower growers at Holtkamp Greenhouses
  • Major Civic Vista Gets A New Look DEADERICK STREET
  • New Palette for Activating the Street (e.g, Retail Kiosks)
  • Public-private investments downtown since 2000 >$3 billion
  • The Hermitage Hotel 100 th Anniversary Year
    • Urban Core District January- July 2009
    • Removed 122,000 pounds of trash
    • Removed over 6,000 square feet of graffiti
    • Power washed 573 block faces, 573 alleys
  •  
    • On the Move
    • Monitoring streets, sidewalks, Metro parking garages and LP Field park and ride lots
    • Total patrol miles (Segways, bikes) January - July 2009: 1,938 miles
  •  
  • Clean and Safe Total area serviced (downtown CBID and GBID) has increased by 44% since 2007
  • 2009 CMA Music Festival
  • New Music City Zone CMA Music Festival 2009
  • 2009 LiveOnTheGreen
  •  
  • First Saturday Art Crawl
  •  
  • 5 Museums 17 Art Galleries Schermerhorn Symphony Center Ryman Auditorium Sommet Center LP Field Tennessee Performing Arts Center Nashville Children’s Theatre Frist Center for the Visual Arts Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Arts & Entertainment
  •  
  • Enjoy the Concert!
  •  
  • 2009 Lead Sponsors
  • 2009 Associate Sponsors
  • 2009 Associate Sponsors
  • 2009 Associate Sponsors
  • 2009 Associate Sponsors In-Kind Sponsor