NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Nashville neighbors joined together for the second ever South Nashville Street Fest "Coming Together Day.”
The event was held Saturday along Charles E. Davis Boulevard, featuring activities for all ages, including health screenings, face painting, and giveaways.
It was also a chance to see the Envision Napier and Sudekum transformation plan that gives residents a preview of what will be coming to the area.
“People are ready for change, people are ready to see movement,” said Jeff Hall, executive program manager for the Envision process. “This area hasn't seen a lot of development, good or bad, so we’re ready to see some change in this community.”
The event closed down the road for several hours, and more than 30 community partners participated.