Good News: Housing Jump, Midtown Hotel, & Nashville Restaurants Nationally Recognized!

This Week in Tennessee News

Nashville Home Sales Post Year’s First Double-Digit Gain
The Tennessean :: October 8, 2014
Home For Sale
The Nashville region resumed double-digit gains in home closings last month, but the higher sales amid declining inventory officially pushed the market to where sellers now have the upper hand in negotiations.
Overall, 3,122 residential properties changed hands during September, a 19% jump from a year ago and the first double-digit gain posted this year, according to…

Multi-family Tower, Hotel Planned for Historic Midtown Site
The Tennessean :: October 7, 2014
Midtown Hotel Plan
The Atlanta-based developer with plans for a mixed-use project on 1.33 acres in Midtown that includes a building recently listed among the city’s most endangered historic sites is no stranger to the Nashville market.
Regent Partners LLC was co-developer of the 300-room Franklin Marriott Cool Springs hotel, which the company and its development partner sold.
Now Regent is pursuing the northeast corner of 19th and Broadway in Midtown for a…

The Oak Bar at the Hermitage and Whiskey Kitchen Earn Bourbon Recognition
The Nashville Scene :: October 7, 2014
Whiskey Kitchen
The Bourbon Review, a well-respected journal among whiskey aficionados around the world, is celebrating its sixth anniversary of publication by releasing a list of America’s 60 Best Bourbon Bars.
Among that celebrated collection are two Nashville establishments, the Oak Bar and Whiskey Kitchen. (Actually, their list specifically mentions The Capitol Grille at the Hermitage, but the bourbon comes out of the Oak Bar.) They were recognized for their longtime excellence through a specific set of criteria…


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