NH&RA Tennessee Developers Council Symposium (2019)

November 11, 2019
Omni Nashville Hotel
Nashville, TN

NH&RA’s Tennessee Developers Council is excited to convene our Second Annual Tennessee Developers Council Symposium.  This one-day event, which will be hosted at the Omni Nashville Hotel in Nashville, TN.  The program will focus on state-of-the-art affordable and mixed-income housing development finance strategies for developers in Tennessee and the surrounding region.  Our faculty and speakers will include leading private and for-profit developers, debt and equity providers, and key policy makers.

Key topics addressed on the program will included:

  • Innovative approaches to structuring and financing affordable housing transactions
  • Key policy developments impacting affordable and mixed-income housing
  • State of the multifamily debt and tax credit equity financing market places
  • And much more…

Who Should Attend

  • Private & Non-Profit Developers
  • Public Housing Authorities
  • Tax Credit Syndicators & Investors
  • Construction & Permanent Lenders
  • Attorneys, Accountants & Consultants

About NH&RA’s Tennessee Developers Council

Created in 2010, the Tennessee Developers Council (TDC), provides a forum for Tennessee’s rental housing development community to share ideas, network, and discuss policy issues related to tax credit and affordable housing development specifically being considered by the Tennessee Housing Development Authority (THDA) and State Legislature. Since its inception, TDC has been the sounding board for THDA to share ideas with the development community and to more efficiently receive feedback. TDC’s mission is to provide a unified voice for the development community on the most important state housing issues and to effectively and efficiently communicate concerns or feedback about state policies and legislation that directly impacts affordable housing development businesses.

***Consider extending your stay a second day and register for the NCHMA Annual Meeting on November 12th!

* NH&RA/NCHMA courses are only pre-approved by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). To have these credits recognized by other organizations, you must apply with the outside organizations directly. Please contact NH&RA staff for additional questions by clicking here.

** NH&RA records audio and/or video during the panel sessions. If you are a panelist and register for this conference, you are giving us permission to potentially use the recordings for editorial, educational or commercial purposes related to the association, its publications and affiliates. If you would like to revoke that permission, please email us at [email protected]

***Join us for dinner on Monday night, November 11th!

* Dine with us at The 404 Kitchen on Monday evening at 7:15 PM.  The 404 Kitchen offers an eclectic menu of modern European cuisine and holds one of Nashville’s most extensive whiskey collections.  Registration includes beverages and dinner at $105 per person.  Register here.  

Registration Fees

TN Developers Council Symposium Only
Cutoff Date NH&RA Member Non-Member
Pre-Sale Registration
September 2, 2019
$225.00 $275.00
Early Registration
October 11, 2019
$275.00 $325.00
Regular Rate
November 12, 2019
$325.00 $375.00
TN Developers Council Symposium & NCHMA Annual Meeting
Cutoff Date NH&RA Member Non-Member
Pre-Sale Registration
September 2, 2019
$450.00 $550.00
Early Registration
October 11, 2019
$550.00 $650.00
Regular Rate
November 12, 2019
$650.00 $750.00


Omni Nashville Hotel
250 5th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203

The Omni Nashville Hotel is created specifically to be an authentic expression of the city’s vibrant music culture. Across from the Music City Center, this downtown Nashville hotel is a one-of-a-kind experience, fully integrated with an expansion of the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum on three levels.

Located on Fifth Avenue between Demonbreun and Korean Veterans Boulevard, Omni Nashville Hotel’s design is a modern expression of the city’s distinct character, incorporating natural materials, exposed steel and regional limestone. The multi-story hotel and expanded museum share meeting and entertainment space and bring additional restaurants and retail venues to this dynamic destination in downtown Nashville.

Hotel Info

NH&RA’s block of rooms for attendees of the Tennessee Developers Council Symposium and the NCHMA Annual Meeting at the Omni Nashville Hotel is sold out!  If you are looking for further assistance with lodging accommodations please contact Sarah Aaronson – [email protected].

Travel Info

The Omni Nashville Hotel is 7.9 miles away from the Nashville International Airport (BNA).

Travel Options from BNA:

  • Taxi Service: There is a flat rate of $25 to the downtown area, plus an additional passenger charge of $1 when the accompanying passenger and the original passenger are proceeding to same destination.
  • Local Shuttle Service: Approximately $20 per person; 24-hour service is available.
  • MTA Bus: Tourists, residents and business travelers now have a convenient and inexpensive way to travel to and from the Nashville International Airport and downtown Music City. For just $1.60, you can ride the Nashville MTA’s route 18 Airport/Elm Hill Pike bus between the Nashville International Airport and Downtown Music City. Visit the MTA website or call (615) 862-5950 for more information on schedules and pickup locations.

Other Transportation Around Downtown:

  • Trolley Tour: Enjoy a hop-on hop-off sightseeing trolley tour around downtown Nashville. This tour is great for first-timers to Nashville, for those who have a limited amount of time and want to get acquainted with this fantastic city, or as transportation between locations for a full day of sightseeing. You will get the chance to hop off and explore points of interest such as: Historic Downtown Nashville, the Ryman Auditorium, the State Capitol, TPAC, the State Museum, Bicentennial Park, the Parthenon, the West End, Hillsboro Village, Music Row, The Gulch, the Frist Museum, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Approximately $22 per adult. Visit graylinetn.com or call (800) 251-1864.
  • Downtown Circulator: Nashville’s new clean diesel hybrid Downtown Circulator offers travelers a free and convenient way to get around downtown and The Gulch. The Green Circuit takes you between The Gulch and Riverfront Station. The Blue Circuit runs south to north serving key destinations between the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and Bicentennial Mall. The Purple Circuit runs primarily south of Broadway along Hermitage and Second Avenues and serves key destinations between Riverfront Station and the Richard H. Fulton Complex. It’s a great new way for locals and visitors alike to move around the downtown area with ease. Visit the Downtown Circulator website for circuit maps and schedule.