Sandy Mazza, The Tennessean

Sandy Mazza

The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Sandy:

SmileDirectClub IPO: Nashville's thriving orthodontics-industry disruptor goes public

SmileDirectClub's IPO came with shares offered at $23 leading some observers to predict the company's valuation could double last year's $3.2 billion. → Read More

First look: Grand Hyatt Nashville releases new luxury design plans

This will be the 12th Grand Hyatt in the U.S. when it opens next fall at the massive Nashville Yards development → Read More

Jason Aldean serenades Amazon truckers in private Nashville event

Amazon trucking partners were treated to a Jason Aldean concert on Monday in Nashville, as the tech giant works to expand its shipping operations → Read More

Cranes, cranes, everywhere cranes: Your guide to what's being built in Nashville

It's easy to keep up with Nashville's latest development projects — just look up. → Read More

Investigators seeking identity of body found in Waverly

The body was found in a wooded area on Friday morning → Read More

Nashville Yards developer announces new deal at site of Amazon campus and entertainment district

San Diego-based Southwest Value Partners said a new philanthropic partnership at Nashville Yards will fit with the project's focus on healthy living → Read More

5 things to know about Nashville's new ban on some short-term rentals

Metro Nashville Council members voted on Tuesday to crack down on investor-owned short-term vacation rentals in residential neighborhoods → Read More

Nashville short-term rental violations piling up at Metro Codes department

Metro Codes officials are struggling to keep up with a flood of short-term rental violations and complaints → Read More

Downtown developers duel over future of historic Nashville corridor

Tony Giarratana, who long sought to build a condo tower on Church Street Park, presents new plans to green the adjoining Anne Dallas Dudley Boulevard → Read More

'They're moving farther and farther away': Musicians priced out of Music City

New data shows the average single Nashville musician has to live more than an hour from downtown to find affordable rent. → Read More

New email system will tell Nashville property owners of attempts to take over homes, businesses

New email system will alert Nashville property owners of attempts to take over their homes or businesses → Read More

Downtown Nashville Hampton Inn sold for $101.5 million to Jordache founders

Hampton Inn & Suites in downtown Nashville has sold for nearly double its last purchase price in 2016 amid a citywide hotel investment boom. → Read More

New commercial center coming to vacant Church's Chicken lot in East Nashville

Plans for a 4-story shopping and housing complex on Dickerson Pike in East Nashville got initial approval this week. → Read More

Zillow Offers debuts cash-for-homes service in Nashville

Nashville is the 15th market in Zillow Offers' nationwide rollout, as it bets on added convenience and certainty in the homebuying process. → Read More

Nashville firms LBMC, Think Data Insights join forces to serve Big Data solutions

Growing demands for industry analysis of mass amounts of data prompted LBMC to acquire Think Data Insights. → Read More

Here's how much developers, Amazon gave mayoral, council candidates for Nashville's election

Development interests injected more than half a million dollars in campaign funds to mayoral and district council candidates in the Aug. 1 election. → Read More

New vision sought for Church Street Park, Legislative Plaza downtown

Plans to raze Church Street Park for a condo tower are on hold while a new group considers how to revitalize the entire Nashville Capitol corridor. → Read More

Construction begins on first low-income home from Nashville's Community Land Trust

Fifteen Metro-owned lots were gifted to the Community Land Trust for low-income home development → Read More

Nashville startups lead the state in venture capital, raise record investments

A handful of highly valued tech startups are drawing record levels of venture investment to Tennessee, via Nashville → Read More

In McConnell’s boyhood town where his family owned slaves, the reparations debate thrives

Newly obtained records show that Sen. Mitch McConnell's family benefited from slavery for generations, helping them build lasting wealth. → Read More