Good News: Berry Hill Apartments, Banker’s Alley Rebirth, & Black Abbey Expansion!

This Week in Tennessee News

Berry Hills’ 23Hundred Apartments Hit the Market
The Tennessean :: September 30, 2014
23Hundred Apartments
The 266-unit 23Hundred at Berry Hill apartment community has been put up for sale.
Multifamily broker Vincent Lefler of JLL, who is handling the listing for co-developers Bluerock Real Estate LLC and Stonehenge Real Estate Group, said a key selling point includes the Melrose area building’s proximity to Belmont, the Gulch, Music Row, and Interstate 65 throughway to Brentwood.
“It’s a cool place to live and it’s well-located…

Hotels, Shops Could Transform Nashville’s Banker’s Alley
The Tennessean :: September 30, 2014
Bankers Alley
Except for Printers Alley’s emergence as an entertainment hub, downtown alleys have been an afterthought when it comes to development within the urban core.
However, downtown planning advocates say a pair of boutique hotel projects planned on both ends of the little-known Banker’s Alley could spark a rebirth of the path once a backdoor to the city’s financial district used decades ago by major downtown banks for

Black Abbey Brewing Expands Capacity by 150 Percent
The Nashville Scene :: September 30, 2014
Black Abbey Brewing
It turns out that even when you order a several thousand pound stainless-steel tank, it comes in shrink wrap.
Black Abbey’s Carl Meier had promised [Nashville Scene’s] Bites that we could come see when their 2 new 90-barrel tanks arrived. When I was reporting on a beer cover story this summer, I asked about the high ceilings in their space on Sidco Dr.
Why so tall? Well, it turns out that…

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