Charlotte Apartments, Nolensville Subdivision, & Husk Restaurant Ranked 6th!

This Week in Tennessee’s News:

Charlotte Avenue Site to Get Apartment Complex
The Nashville Post :: February 13, 2014

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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.
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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

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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.
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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

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Husk Nashville is one of the “12 Most Outstanding Restaurants of 2014,” according to GQ.
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While Sean Brock’s original Husk, which is in Charleston, S.C., did not make the list, the Nashville restaurant ranked No. 6.
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“Husk in Nashville brilliantly achieves Sean Brock’s goal, to modernize and perfect southern food,” writes James Beard Award-winning food writer Alan Richman.
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He also says the stuffed quail dish “might be the best southern dish I’ve ever been served…
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