After four months of meetings, the Metro Planning Department unveiled a plan for the future of Music Row.
The meetings began after developers started proposing luxury condos and boutique hotels, ideas that didn't sit well with a lot of Nashvillians.
The group's first draft of the proposed land-use policy for Music Row includes preserving the integrity and character of the neighborhood like keeping height restrictions on new buildings and reusing existing ones.
Their plan also highlights managing tourism and making street improvements. The plan currently being developed could be presented to the Planning Commission this June.