Garth Brooks Gives MNPD Preview Of New Police Substation, Opening Date Unknown
Large blue letters that spell "Police" mark the space that will house Nashville's first-ever substation on Lower Broadway.
Passersby can't miss the sign over the doorway adjacent to Garth Brooks' Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk on Lower Broadway. However, the station isn't yet open, and a timeline isn't known.
"As close as we are to the shell of the substation being done, what goes on the inside is just as important," Brooks said. "We are just starting that process."
Brooks gave Music City's men and women in blue a preview of their new space this week when officers from Metro Nashville Police Department's Entertainment District Unit visited Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk to see the progress of their precinct.
"It was great to get to see the squad as individuals, people just you and me with stories just like you and me," Brooks said. "These young men and women are the celebrities on lower Broad. That speaks volumes for how the community supports the men and women in blue."