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4/14/16

Nashville developer, Mayor Barry pursue lower-price apartments on 12th Avenue South – Nashville Business Journal

Elmington Capital Group is poised to become just the latest developer to — you guessed it — build apartments in Nashville. You might expect the forthcoming project at 12th Avenue South to feature lofty 10-foot-high ceilings, granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. Read more…

3 Ways Sellers Can Show Off Outdoor Space - REALTOR® Magazine Online

Take a close look at your listing from the eye of a home buyer. Are the bushes overgrown around the front windows? Has the mulch all washed away? Is the paint on the shutters fading?

These are the questions Jon Coile, chairman of the multiple listing service MRIS in Rockville, Md., asks in a recent column at The Washington Post that aims to help sellers examine the exterior of their homes. Here are some simple ways to solve common curb appeal issues. Read more…

New details: 400 apartments headed for First Tennessee Park – Nashville Business Journal

On Wednesday, the sons of a co-owner of the Nashville Sounds revealed the full lineup for the development they're planning at First Tennessee Park. Read more…

Massive rezoning aims to protect Tennessee State Prison – The Tennessean

In a step toward preserving the historic Tennessee State Prison, a massive land-use rezoning effort is underway to recognize the prison as a West Nashville landmark and prevent the state-owned property from ever becoming a rock quarry or a similar operation. Read more…

Three new reasons not to doubt Nashville's housing market (for now) – Nashville Business Journal

Thursday delivered three new numbers that hammered home just how sizzling Nashville's residential housing market remains. Read more…


3/31/16

After latest rejection, developer looks at scrapping Charlotte Avenue apartments – Nashville Business Journal

After seven months of work, and facing opposition that has not waned, it's now starting to look like a Nashville developer may drop plans for a big apartment complex on Charlotte Avenue. Read more…

New restaurant slated for June opening in Sylvan Heights – Nashville Business Journal

New details have emerged on an upcoming restaurant headed for Charlotte Avenue.

Nashville native Mattie Jackson is planning opening Salt & Vine, formerly called The Sorting Table, this June in Sylvan Heights, according to a news release. Read more…

Why Nashville needs residential relocation experts – Nashville Business Journal

As our city continues to boom, real estate agents and brokers should consider expanding their services to become Nashville relocation experts. Read more…

PSC Metals, landlords head back to mediation – Nashville Business Journal

PSC Metals, the Carl Icahn-owned company that operates the metal scrap yard considered by many to be an eyesore on downtown's east bank of the Cumberland River, is heading for a second round of mediation with its landlords. Read more…

First look: Developer pursues 40-story skyscraper in SoBro – Nashville Business Journal

A group of developers released plans Wednesday for what would become one of downtown Nashville's four largest skyscrapers, a 40-story tower that would contain a five-star hotel and condos. Read more…


3/10/16

Property sale helps pave way for massive SoBro project – Nashville Business Journal

An Ohio-based developer has bought more land in SoBro, where it plans an apartment project with up to 600 units. Read more…

Heavyhitters headline finalists for high-profile tower sites downtown – Nashville Business Journal

Big-time names in Nashville development headline the finalists vying to control coveted land at the southern edge of downtown, with the potential for skyline-altering towers to be built. Read more…

Charlotte Avenue's OneCity kicks off big year of construction – Nashville Business Journal

Construction is imminent on a 276-unit apartment building at one of the biggest mixed-use developments sparking Charlotte Avenue's revitalization. Read more…

Aerial Development eyes big residential project – Nashville Business Journal

Aerial Development Group is planning a project with 350 residences on West Trinity Lane. Read more…

And if you haven’t looked at the NBJ’s Crane Watch recently click here.



3/3/16

Printers Alley hotel moving forward after preservation deal struck- Nashville Business Journal

After temporarily being thrown into question, a boutique hotel planned for downtown Nashville's Printers Alley is again moving forward. Read more…

Hillsboro Village's newest retailer opens this week- Nashville Business Journal

A Mississippi-based clothing store will open in Hillsboro Village Thursday. Read more…

Investor grabs more land near Nissan Stadium- Nashville Business Journal

A Chicago investor who has big plans for the east bank of the Cumberland River downtown has added to his portfolio. Read more…

Downtown apartments sold, making way for boutique hotel- Nashville Business Journal

Another boutique hotel is planned for downtown Nashville, following the sale of an historic apartment building. Read more…

$20M subdivision planned for West Trinity Lane- Nashville Business Journal

Developers are eying 23 acres on West Trinity Lane for a new subdivision that would contain 66 homes. Read more…



2/18/16

Nashville to donate 13 properties for affordable housing – The Tennessean

Most are infested with weeds and overgrown shrubs. Some still have remnants of driveways or front steps.

But now, these vacant city-owned lots are targeted for the construction of affordable housing. Read more…


Middle Tennessee mayors, officials approve $1.2B for transit funding over next 25 years – Nashville Business Journal

Regional mayors and county executives on Wednesday gave their stamp of approval for a multibillion-dollar transportation plan outlined by the region’s major planning body, including an unprecedented $1.2 billion for mass transit projects over the next 25 years. Read more…


Developer buys land for Gulch's tallest building – Nashville Business Journal

The Indianapolis-based developer that intends to build the tallest building in the Gulch now owns the land needed to pull off the project. Read more…


Prices rise for the few houses being offered – The Nashville Ledger

January sales data for the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS® show unit sales 9.7 percent higher than January 2015. Read more…


Tennessee grocery wine sales may be coming sooner than expected – Nashville Business Journal

A bill to get wine in Tennessee supermarkets a little sooner is moving through the Legislature. Read more…


Another Nashville record: $2,437,788,885 worth of building permits – Nashville Business Journal

See all those tower cranes in Nashville's skyline? They represent a record-smashing deluge of construction dough pouring into the economy. Read more…

And the weird…


Bill could allow skunks as pets in Tennessee- WKRN

The Tennessee Senate will consider a bill Wednesday that would make it legal for state residents to have a pet skunk. Read more…



2/4/16


Haslam takes a 'victory lap' in State of the State
– Nashville Business Journal
Gov. Bill Haslam used his sixth State of the State address Monday night "to take a victory lap of sorts," WPLN Nashville Public Radio reports. Read more…

First look: $100M+ project starts behind Mall at Green Hills – Nashville Business Journal

Work has started on a $100 million-plus project by the upscale mall in one of Nashville's most affluent neighborhoods — a development headlined by a boutique full-service Hilton. Read more…

Council delays consideration of affordable housing proposals – Nashville Business Journal

Metro Council voted Tuesday to delay consideration of two affordable-housing proposals that have lurched out of the gates. Read more…

Up-and-coming developer buys North Nashville shopping center – Nashville Business Journal

Developer D.J. Wootson and his partners have paid $2.06 million for two parcels in North Nashville, totaling 6.22 acres. Read more…

Middle Tennessee lawmakers propose new framework for transit projects – Nashville Business Journal

Calling all private contractors, builders and investors: A handful of state lawmakers from Middle Tennessee want to let you help shoulder the costs to build public mass transit and infrastructure projects. Read more…


1/28/16

Charlotte Pike church property under contract to apartment developer – Nashville Business Journal

Charlotte Pike could soon be getting yet another apartment project.

The Tennessean reports that Stonehenge Real Estate Group has the Charlotte Heights Church of Christ property, located at 5807 Charlotte Pike, under contract. Read more…

 

Nashville planning chief: We're seeing a slowdown in big apartment projects – Nashville Business Journal

The chief of Metro Nashville's planning department told me Monday that he's seeing signs of a coming slowdown in what's been the most frenetic part of Nashville's real estate boom: multifamily development — apartments, specifically. Read more…

 

MDHA devotes more public aid to save over-budget Printers Alley hotel – Nashville Business Journal

The developers planning a boutique hotel in downtown Nashville's historic Printers Alley are $14 million over-budget and urgently need more money to keep their project alive. Read more…

 

The Stone Fox to Close Its Doors Jan. 31 – Nashville Scene

After three-and-a-half years in business, West Side music venue, bar and restaurant The Stone Fox will close its doors. Read more…

 

White the driving force in RealTracs’ success - Ledger

Realtracs is having a birthday. Number 20, in fact. Realtracs was formed as Middle Tennessee Regional Multiple Listing Service or MTRMLS, hence the name Realtracs. Read more…

 

Top of the Market: Nashville's most expensive homes sold from Jan. 16-22 – Nashville Business Journal

Check out the most expensive homes sold in Nashville recently by clicking through the slideshow with this story. Read more…



1/21/16

After 4 months of work, Metro planners reveal proposal for affordable housing
– Nashville Business Journal

Metro government has revealed its recipe for enticing developers to create more affordable housing in Nashville's urban core, an issue topping the agenda of many city leaders as a consequence of Nashville's "It City"-worthy job gains and population growth. Read more…


Planners debut Music Row development guidelines – Nashville Business Journal

Nearly a year after planners effectively enacted a moratorium on most new development on Music Row, officials have released their first draft of a proposal that could guide future growth in the historic business district. Read more…


Millennials making mark on housing market – The Tennessean

When Chase Geiser bought his first house last summer, a 1930s home near downtown Nashville, he was looking for a good investment in an up-and-coming neighborhood. He also became part of a new wave of millennial generation home buyers who are changing neighborhoods and home design across the region. Read more…


High-profile Charlotte Ave. property set to transform – Nashville Business Journal

The owner of the sprawling L&L Restaurant Equipment building on Charlotte Avenue is preparing to transform his property into a marketplace known as the Factory of Nashville. Read more…


State bill would take one option for affordable housing off the table – Nashville Business Journal

As Nashville’s plan for raising the stock of affordable and workforce housing remains up in the air, recently filed state legislation would take one option off the table for the city. Read more…

Property sale helps pave way for massive SoBro project – Nashville Business Journal

An Ohio-based developer has bought more land in SoBro, where it plans an apartment project with up to 600 units. Read more…

Heavyhitters headline finalists for high-profile tower sites downtown – Nashville Business Journal

Big-time names in Nashville development headline the finalists vying to control coveted land at the southern edge of downtown, with the potential for skyline-altering towers to be built. Read more…

Charlotte Avenue's OneCity kicks off big year of construction – Nashville Business Journal

Construction is imminent on a 276-unit apartment building at one of the biggest mixed-use developments sparking Charlotte Avenue's revitalization. Read more…

Aerial Development eyes big residential project – Nashville Business Journal

Aerial Development Group is planning a project with 350 residences on West Trinity Lane. Read more…

 

And if you haven’t looked at the NBJ’s Crane Watch recently click here.