Good News: Midtown Site Sold, Nashville’s National Treasure, & Jackalope Brewing Co!

This Week in Tennessee News

Nashville Midtown Mixed-Use Site Bought for $9M
The Tennessean :: January 14, 2015
Midtown Development
Atlanta-based developer Regent Partners has completed acquiring for $9 million the 1.33 acres at the northeast corner of 19th and Broadway in Midtown where it plans a mixed-use development.
The company already has approval for specific plan zoning, and its site plan for the project, which is expected to include a 25-story, 270-unit residential tower and a 16-story, 220-room…

Music Row Named a National Treasure
The Tennessean :: January 12, 2015
Music Row National Treasure
The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Music Row a national treasure at a press conference on Monday morning in a move that gives even more momentum to the effort to protect the famous music industry corridor.
The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization said it selected Music Row because of its “central importance to Nashville’s identity as Music City, USA and the strong desire to preserve it as a cornerstone of America’s…”
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Jackalope Doubles Their Taps & Decorates Their Digs
The Nashville Scene, Bites :: January 14, 2015
Jackalope Brewing Co.
If variety truly is the spice of life, it just got a lot spicier at the taproom at Jackalope Brewing Co. If there has ever been anything major to complain about at Jackalope, it’s that there just weren’t enough choices to satisfy the creative impulses of their talented staff of brewers. With just 8 tap handles in their taproom, 4 of them were always dedicated to the brewery’s flagship brands. The remaining taps poured a variety of seasonal recipes…

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