Nashville city leaders unveiled plans to preserve Music Row as the city keeps changing around it.
Monday night they proposed a Music Row Code which are basically rules to keep historic buildings in the district.
The code would make it harder to tear down buildings and replace them with non-music business related developments.
The decision came after developers sought to level some historic spots like RCA Studio A and replace them with condos.
Under the new plan, anyone wanting to tear down buildings would need approval from a new design review committee.
However, not everyone was behind the idea. The Metro Planning Commission has scheduled to hear the "Music Row Code" proposal in August.