1800 block of Hillsboro Village named one of this year's Historic Nashville 2012 Nashville Nine .
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Historic Nashville 2012 Nashville Nine list of threatened and endangered properties was announced Wednesday.
The list highlights nine historically significant properties, nominated by the public, that make Nashville unique. This year's list includes two properties from previous Nashville Nine Lists as concerns require more attention.
Throughout the year, Historic Nashville will work with the owners, government agencies, and public to educate, evaluate and create solutions for preserving these important elements of Nashville's unique history.
The Historic Nashville 2012 Nashville Nine list includes:
Free Will Baptist Bible College/ Welch College 3606 West End Avenue Circa early 1900s
Hillsboro West End National Register Historic District Midtown Circa 1910-1940
Hillsboro Village 1800 Block Circa early 1900s
John Geist & Sons Blacksmith Shop 311 Jefferson Street, Germantown Circa 1891-1905
Monroe-Harding Inc. 1120 Glendale, Green Hills Circa 1930s
Montgomery House 914 Meridian Street, East Nashville Circa 1910