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Old Posted Jun 20, 2012, 5:37 PM
PillowTalk4 PillowTalk4 is offline
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While Nashville is considered a mid-major, I'd still like to see it grow to a true major. The city just lacks leaders and developers with a true vision on how to develop it. Nashville has so many underdeveloped areas or areas not being used properly that cause development issues. The entire east bank of the cumberland river for instance is poorly planned and a wasteland for salvage companies, cement factories, brick yards and warehouses that are not worth anything. Yet it is an area that should be treated as prime real estate. If developed properly as the Midtown and Gulch areas have developed, it would transform Nashville's inner core and make the city even more attractive.

Other cities I'd like to see grow... Chattanooga, Clarksville, TN (to a small major), Alexandria, VA, Springfield, VA (most overlooked area of the DC metropolitan area for development).
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