The Nashville Business Journal is reporting that MDHA and Lionstone Group want to buy just part of Joy Ford's property housing her Country International Records.
The agency and private development company presented Ford with a compromise proposal today that could preserve her classic Music Row music company, Country International Records.
Under their proposal, Country International Records would continue to occupy 23 Music Circle, but a portion of the parking area behind her building would be acquired.
So we go from we want it all, to we don't even need her property, to we want it all and we're going to use the force of the state to get it, and now back to we don't need it all---just this little section that would still greatly impact her business. Make up your mind, gentlemen. I thought it was a woman's prerogative to change her mind. The only person that seems to know what she wants and how to stay the course is Miss Joy.
Apparently the Nashville Post has some info also...but I haven't paid for a subscription so if you have go here.