Nashville Sample Clauses

Nashville. (Briley), TN: Requires lessor consent, except to any approved applicant for a Hampton Inn Hotel License.
Nashville. Company Residence (State) Vendor's principal place of business is in the state of? Tennessee Discount Offered - CAUTION READ CAREFULLY BECAUSE VENDORS FREQUENTLY MAKE MISTAKES ON THIS ATTRIBUTE QUESTION Remember this is a MINIMUM discount percentage. So, be sure that the discount percentage inserted here can be applied to ANY OFFERING OF GOODS OR SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE LIFE OF THE CONTRACT CAUTION: BE CERTAIN YOU CAN HONOR THIS MINIMUM DISCOUNT PERCENTAGE ON ANY OFFERED SERVICE OR GOOD NOW OR DURING THE LIFE OF THE CONTRACT. What is the MINIMUM percentage discount off of any item or service you offer to TIPS Members that is in your regular catalog (as defined in the solicitation specifications document), website, store or shelf pricing or when adding new goods or services to your offerings during the life of the contract? The resulting price of any goods or services Catalog list prices after this discount is applied is a ceiling on your pricing and not a floor because, in order to be more competitive in the individual circumstance, you may offer a larger discount depending on the items or services purchased and the quantity at time of sale. Must answer with a number between 0% and 100%.
Nashville. Dispute with EarthLink and American Express for $3,500. Display Arts contests billing and is presently attempting to resolve this dispute.
Nashville. 5.1.31 The Property and its current operation and use materially comply with all applicable municipal, county, state and federal laws, regulations, ordinances and orders and with all applicable municipal health and building laws and regulations (including, without limitation, the building and life safety codes), except to the extent that the failure to comply therewith would not have a material adverse effect on the business, property, condition (financial or otherwise) or operation thereof. There are no outstanding deficiencies or work orders with respect to the Property of any authority having jurisdiction over the Property requiring conformity to any applicable statute, regulation, ordinance or bylaw. No Seller has received written or oral notice from any licensing or certifying agency supervising or having authority over the Purchased Facilities requiring it to be reworked or redesigned or additional furniture, fixtures, equipment or inventory to be provided at any Purchased Facility so as to conform to or comply with any existing and applicable law, code or standard. The Purchased Facilities are and have been maintained and operated in compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (“OSHA”) and any similar state statute and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder. None of Seller or, to the knowledge of the Seller, its respective predecessors in interest are or have been subject to an investigation by the U. S. Department of Labor, litigation over compliance with such rules and regulations or any fine, penalty or citation relating to or arising out of a violation or alleged violation of OSHA and any similar state statute and such rules and regulations.
Nashville. If to Buyer: Texas NHI Investors, LLCc/o National Health Investors, Inc. 222 Robert Rose Drive Murfreesboro, TN 37129 Attn: Kristin S. Gaines Phone: (615) 890-9100 Fax: (615) 225-3030 Email: kgaines@nhireit.com with a copy to (which shall not constitute notice): Stites & Harbison, PLLC 401 Commerce Street, Suite 800 Nashville, TN 37219 Attn: John Brittingham, Esq. Phone: (615) 782-2344 Fax: (615) 782-0723 Email: jbrittingham@stites.com If to Owner or Seller: c/o Legend Healthcare, LLC 1390 E. Bitters Road San Antonio, TX 78216 Attn: Doug Preston Phone: (210) 564-0100 Fax: (210) 564-0157 Email: dpreston@legendhc.com with a copy to (which shall not constitute notice): Strasburger & Price 2301 Broadway San Antonio, TX 78215 Attn: Chip Sugg, Esq. Phone: (210) 250-6165 Fax: (210) 258-2748 Email: chip.sugg@strasburger.com If to Option Property Sellers: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Any notice which is personally served shall be effective upon the date of service; any notice given by U.S. Mail shall be deemed effectively given, if deposited in the U. S. Mail, registered or certified with return receipt requested, postage prepaid and addressed as provided above, on the date of receipt, refusal or non-delivery indicated on the return receipt. In addition, either party may send notices by facsimile or email (provided such facsimile or email is followed by delivery via another method permitted hereunder other than facsimile or email) or by a nationally recognized overnight courier service that provides written proof of delivery (such as Federal Express, DHL or UPS). Any notice sent by facsimile or email shall be effective upon confirmation of receipt in legible form, and any notice sent by a nationally recognized overnight courier shall be effective on the date of delivery to the party at its address specified above as set forth in the courier’s delivery receipt. Either party may, by notice to the other from time to time in the manner herein provided, specify a different address for notice purposes.
Nashville. (k) not dispose of or encumber or permit the disposition or encumbrance of the Property or any portion thereof;
Nashville. Tennessee, August 9, 2022 - Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated (NYSE:HR) today announced results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2022. The Company reported net income of $6.1 million, or $0.04 per diluted common share, for the quarter ended June 30, 2022. Normalized FFO for the three months ended June 30, 2022 totaled $67.0 million, or $0.45 per diluted common share. Please note that all information is presented on a pre-merger basis, unless otherwise noted. Salient quarterly highlights include: • Normalized FFO per share totaled $0.45, an increase of 4.7% from $0.43 in the second quarter of 2021. • Same store cash NOI for the second quarter increased 3.3% over the prior year. For the trailing twelve months ended June 30, 2022, same store cash NOI grew 2.8%. • Predictive growth measures in the same store portfolio include: ◦ Average in-place rent increases of 2.94% ◦ Future annual contractual increases of 3.1% for leases commencing in the quarter ◦ Weighted average cash leasing spreads of 3.4% on 205,000 square feet renewed: ▪ 4% (<0% spread) ▪ —% (0-3%) ▪ 83% (3-4%) ▪ 13% (>4%) ◦ Tenant retention of 78.4% • Portfolio leasing activity in the second quarter totaled 447,000 square feet related to 145 leases: ◦ 291,000 square feet of renewals ◦ 156,000 square feet of new and expansion leases • The Company previously announced the acquisition of eight medical office buildings totaling 219,000 square feet for $117.6 million in the second quarter of 2022. • Also during the second quarter, the Company acquired five medical office buildings for $46.2 million totaling 141,000 square feet. HEALTHCAREREALTY.COM | PAGE 1 OF 8 ◦ In Raleigh, three buildings for $27.5 million totaling 85,000 square feet, including two medical office buildings for $20.5 million totaling 68,000 square feet that are adjacent to A2 rated WakeMed's Cary Hospital campus. Including HTA properties, the Company now owns 13 buildings in this cluster totaling 478,000 square feet and 1.1 million square feet in this market. ◦ In Tampa, two medical office buildings for $18.7 million totaling 56,000 square feet and located adjacent to Aa2 rated BayCare's St. Joseph Hospital campus. Including HTA properties, the Company now owns 20 buildings in this market totaling 1.0 million square feet. • Subsequent to the end of the quarter, the Company acquired an 11,000 square foot medical office building in Seattle for $4.9 million. This building is located adjacent to Aa3 rated EvergreenHealth Medical Ce...