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Private Sector to Take Over Nashville’s Senior Housing Assets

Private Sector to Take Over Nashville’s Senior Housing Assets

Metro Nashville is looking to get out of the senior housing business, giving its two senior housing facilities over to private operators in a move that would result in a third private-sector senior living community.…

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$65M New Nashville Ballpark Breaks Ground

$65M New Nashville Ballpark Breaks Ground

New Nashville Ballpark, the future home of the Nashville Sounds minor league baseball team, has officially broken ground.…

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Luxury Apartments Headed for Record-Breaking Sales, $50M Westmont Apartments Set to Break Ground

Luxury Apartments Headed for Record-Breaking Sales, $50M Westmont Apartments Set to Break Ground

Following the recent $51.25 million sale of the 244-unit West End Village, it looks like record-breaking is in the air for Nashville’s apartment market.…

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LaSalle Investment Management Buys West End Village for $51M

LaSalle Investment Management Buys West End Village for $51M

The recently-finished 244-unit West End Village, a high-density luxury apartment complex in Nashville’s West End has been sold for $51.25 million, or $210,000 per unit…

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Southern Land Scales Down Project, Moves Ahead With 16 Stories

Southern Land Scales Down Project, Moves Ahead With 16 Stories

Nashville-headquartered Southern Land Co. has announced it will be moving forward with its mixed-use Green Hills project, albeit in a scaled down version…

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Bluestone Properties and Harbor Group International Pay $92.1M for Nashville Apartments

Bluestone Properties and Harbor Group International Pay $92.1M for Nashville Apartments

Hickory Point at Brentwood, a 298-unit apartment complex located in the Brentwood suburb of Nashville, has been purchased by Nashville Hickory Point LLC, which features the same address as QVT Mount Auburn Capital LP, for $35.1 million…

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Cushman & Wakefield |Cornerstone and Pat Emery Win Bid for Convention Center Redevelopment

Cushman & Wakefield |Cornerstone and Pat Emery Win Bid for Convention Center Redevelopment

Things are starting to take shape for Nashville’s former convention center: Mayor Karl Dean has selected a project spearheaded by Cushman & Wakefield |Cornerstone and iconic local developer Pat Emery to redevelop the location replaced by the 1.2 million-square-foot Music City Center which opened earlier this year.…

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Standard Parking Signs Lease in Dynamic Nashville Office Market

Standard Parking Signs Lease in Dynamic Nashville Office Market

Standard Parking Corporation, a leading national provider of parking facility management services, has inked a lease at Riverview Business Center I and II, bringing the location to full capacity…

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Nordstrom to Open New Store in Strong Nashville Retail Market

Nordstrom to Open New Store in Strong Nashville Retail Market

Nordstrom Inc., the popular Seattle-based retailer has announced plans to open a new Tennessee location in the affluent Nashville suburb of Brentwood.…

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FHA and Michaels Development Company Deliver 49-Unit Senior Housing in Metro Nashville

FHA and Michaels Development Company Deliver 49-Unit Senior Housing in Metro Nashville

The first phase of The Franklin Housing Authority’s portfolio redevelopment has been delivered with the grand opening of Reddick Senior Residence. …

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255-Key Hyatt Place Opens in Downtown Music City

255-Key Hyatt Place Opens in Downtown Music City

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of the Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown, the newest hotel addition to Music City’s vibrant downtown.…

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2,800 New Jobs Announced for Greater Nashville Area

2,800 New Jobs Announced for Greater Nashville Area

Several projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars each have been recently announced for the greater Nashville area and they’re projected to create several thousand new jobs.…

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