A disruptor doesn’t have to be brash and boisterous. Mark Deutschmann takes the opposite tact, quietly and skillfully navigating what can be contentious conversations in the neighborhoods where he develops and does business. It’s a long list: Germantown, East Nashville, Wedgewood-Houston, 12South and the Nolensville Pike corridor, just to name some. Deutschmann aims to plant roots in a neighborhood before it has revitalized or gentrified. Often, he is a sign and spark of that coming change, because others notice where he is investing. The breadth of his residential and commercial business, plus roles such as chairing an influential real estate industry group, position Deutschmann to be a key voice in problem-solving Nashville’s biggest issues, including a shortage of affordable housing and better mobility and transit options.
Congratulations to The CityLiving Group’s Mark Deutschmann for being named one of Nashville Business Journal’s 2018 Power 100: Disruptors.
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