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Members-Only Tour of Downtown Presbyterian Church February 10

Join Historic Nashville Inc. for a members only tour of the 1851 Egyptian Revival Downtown Presbyterian Church! Presbyterians have worshiped at the corner of Fifth and Church since 1814. In that year the First Presbyterian Church of Nashville built their first structure. which burned down...

2024 HNI Membership Meeting to be Held January 25

Join us on Thursday, January 25 for the 2024 Historic Nashville Membership Meeting! Come meet fellow preservationists, hear about HNI’s plans and partnerships for the next year, vote on new board members, and learn how you can get involved in Nashville’s oldest historic preservation organization. Pharmacy staff...

Announcing the 2023 Nashville Nine

Historic Nashville Inc. Announces the 2023 Nashville Nine A focus on the preservation of Nashville’s rich Civil Rights history (Nashville, TN)— Since 2009, Historic Nashville, Inc. (HNI) has published the annual Nashville Nine, a list of local historic properties endangered by demolition, neglect or development....

2023 Mayoral Candidates and Historic Preservation

The Metropolitan Historical Commission, along with partners Historic Nashville, Inc., and Preservation Society of Nashville, recently reached out to the candidates running for mayor for their perspectives on preservation. Seven candidates responded and four did not. We hope these responses are helpful for you to...

Announcing the 2022 Nashville Nine

The 2022 Nashville Nine Each year Since 2009, Historic Nashville, Inc. (HNI) has published the annual Nashville Nine, a list of local historic properties endangered by demolition, neglect or development. Every year, the Nashville Nine is compiled through a public nomination process, revealing historic buildings and...

Announcing the 2021 Nashville Nine

Drumroll… The 2021 Nashville Nine Each year Historic Nashville accepts nominations for listing on the Nashville Nine which serves as Historic Nashville’s strongest advocacy tool for the places that matter most to Nashville. These are buildings, neighborhoods, or historic landscapes in danger of being lost...

HNI Donates $10K to Preserve Local Historic Sites

Historic Nashville, Inc. is pleased to announce recent donations towards the preservation of two North Nashville sites from our 2020 Nashville Nine list of endangered properties: the Henry Allen Boyd and Georgia Bradford Boyd House and Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church. The Boyd House at 1601...

Support Preservation on Giving Tuesday

Since 2012, organizations around the world have participated in Giving Tuesday, a global day of generosity and philanthropy, on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. For Giving Tuesday 2020, Historic Nashville Inc. is asking for your help as we undertake our most ambitious donation project yet with the creation of the Nashville...

Announcing the 2020 Nashville Nine

NASHVILLE, TN, November 17, 2020 –Historic Nashville, Inc. today announced its 2020 Nashville Nine, its annual list of historic Nashville properties and neighborhoods most threatened by development, neglect, or demolition. The 2020 Nashville Nine locations, nominated by members of the community, will be Historic Nashville’s...

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