Nashville District Management Corporation
Central Business Improvement District
The Nashville District Management Corporation is the 501 (c) (3) downtown Central Business Improvement District (CBID). Services are provided through annual assessments of privately owned properties within the district’s boundaries. The CBID includes 424 acres.
The Nashville Downtown Partnership manages the programs that CBID property owners have prioritized. These initiatives include clean and safe services supplementing those provided by the Metro Government, landscaping, other public space management initiatives, downtown economic development (including business, retail and residential), and marketing downtown Nashville.
The CBID Board of Directors oversees the Nashville Downtown Partnership’s operation of their programs. Over 70% of the CBID budget each year is invested in clean and safe services. Economic development comprises 13% of the CBID budget, image and communications is nine percent, and administration is eight percent of the annual CBID budget.
Property owners and tenants within the district boundaries may request services and assistance on downtown issues.
The success of Business Improvement Districts is based on a strong private-public partnership. For more information on property-based business improvement districts, visit the International Downtown Association's website.