Vertis Green Hills recently celebrated its first annual Tree Lighting, where they officially lit up their 40-foot Christmas Tree that is now lighting up Green Hills, Nashville. The tree, which is owned by Southern Land Company and other retailers at Vertis, stands 40 feet tall with dozens of red bows and over 20,000 white lights. Vertis plans to make this an annual event as they grow in the Green Hills neighborhood, and hopes this will be the event that marks the Holiday Season kickoff.
On Tuesday, September 18, Southern Land Company celebrated the Grand Opening of it’s newest multifamily community, Vertis Green Hills. The event was exclusive to all SLC employees, who were given a sneak peak at the new community through guided hard-hat tours lead by the leasing team. CEO Tim Downey, Senior VP of Development Michael McNally, and Senior VP of Operations Cindy DeFrancesco each spoke to the 80+ employees in attendance expressing their heartfelt gratitude to those that have worked so hard on the project. The event featured live music, free catered food, and free drink options to all employees in attendance.
The ownership team behind Epice are delivering the follow-up to their popular 12South Lebanese bistro.
What’s your favorite part about living in Nashville? If it’s not the hot chicken, it must be the music. Concert lovers can find a show any night of the week in Music City, and there’s always a chance that the singer on the stage is a superstar in the making.
What’s the first thing you think of when you think about the Green Hills neighborhood? Most people come here for the shopping, but don’t forget about the many restaurants Green Hills Nashville, TN offers to visitors.
Is shopping your middle name? Do you constantly love to change up your decor or wardrobe? Even though our city is often known for music, don’t overlook the incredible shopping destinations that are popping up near our new apartments in Nashville. Here is a look at some of the top-rated clothing boutiques, malls, and home furnishing stores that carry both name brand products and hard-to-find items.
It’s almost time for another Nashville winter, and while you can’t spend your Saturdays on a rooftop patio anymore, this town offers plenty of equally enjoyable indoor activities. The tourism industry dies down during this time of year, which means Nashville residents can hit the town without having to wait in line for hours on end.