This Week in Tennessee’s News:
Charlotte Avenue Site to Get Apartment Complex
The Nashville Post :: February 13, 2014
Stonehenge Real Estate Group is expected to develop a 171-unit apartment complex as part of a larger mixed-used project proposed for the corner of 46th and Charlotte.
A one-story retail building with space for up to five tenants is also planned as part of the development on property that includes the site of a former church. Austin Ray, owner of M.L. Rose Craft Beer & Burgers, is expected to develop the retail…
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Jones Co. Plans Land Buy for Nolensville Subdivision
The Tennessean :: February 19, 2014
The Jones Co. has a contract to purchase 151 acres of Nolensville farmland for about $11 million with plans for a subdivision to be called Summerlyn.
The complete build-out of the 250-lot subdivision is expected to cost roughly $100 million, said David Pitta, director of land acquisition for the builder, which has offices in Franklin and St. Louis. The prices of the homes will average $350,000…
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Husk Nashville Makes GQ’s ’12 Most Outstanding Restaurants of 2014′ List
The Tennessean :: February 21, 2014
Husk Nashville is one of the “12 Most Outstanding Restaurants of 2014,” according to GQ.
While Sean Brock’s original Husk, which is in Charleston, S.C., did not make the list, the Nashville restaurant ranked No. 6.
“Husk in Nashville brilliantly achieves Sean Brock’s goal, to modernize and perfect southern food,” writes James Beard Award-winning food writer Alan Richman.
He also says the stuffed quail dish “might be the best southern dish I’ve ever been served…
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