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MZA designed Abe's Garden featured as new paradigm in memory care

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Charlie Palmer Steak NY opens!

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MZA's USN design featured on NBC

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Aureole Restaurant (NYC) opens new MZA designed renovation

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1903 Linden Ave construction progress

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University School of Nashville centennial project breaks ground

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MZA and Zeitgeist host ULI "Content Before Cocktails" Event Tuesday November 12. Click here for more information.

The Ragland Building and Trolly Barns (Hands On Nashville) Win Urban Land Institute Excellence in Development Awards

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Nashville District Council awarded five middle Tennessee development projects with Excellence in Development awards.

ULI Nashville’s Excellence in Development Awards celebrate exemplary design, creativity and vision in land use and real estate development, and commitment to the middle Tennessee community,” said
Hunter Gee, chairman of ULI Nashville. “This year’s applicants represent best practices from both the public and private sectors and should be recognized and shared.

Manuel Zeitlin Architects moves to 516 Hagan St

Manuel Zeitlin Architects, along with Zeitgeist Gallery, has moved to 516 Hagan St, Suite 100, in the Wedgwood-Houston neighborhood of Nashville. Our new location, a former automobile workshop, continues Manuel Zeitlin Architects’ interest in creatively adapting existing urban spaces to ensure future functionality.

The Catbird Seat Opens to Rave Reviews

Shortly after The Catbird Seat burst onto the Nashville food scene in October 2011, the restaurant has received numerous accolades for the design and cooking. Featured on the Today Show, in the New York Times and GQ magazine, The Catbird Seat has established a new paradigm for fine dining in Nashville.

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