Good News: Nations & WeHo Projects & 2 New Nashville Restaurants!

This Week in Tennessee News

Developer Eyes May Start for Mixed-Use Nations Project
The Nashville Post :: April 21, 2015
The Nations Project
Franklin-Based Carbine & Associates announced today it will break ground in May in The Nations on Kenrow Corner, a $3.4 million mixed-use development of townhomes and commercial space.
James Carbine said in a release that the wedge-like corner of Kentucky Ave. and Morrow Rd. offers a half acre lot for what could be a distinctive development for the fast-changing West Nashville…

WeHo Residential Project to Start in May
The Nashville Post :: April 21, 2015
WeHo Project
A pair of local developers – one of whom is hoping to undertake a major mixed-use tower in Midtown – is targeting a May start for a 16-unit condominium development in South Nashville’s Chestnut Hill district.
LandDevelopment.com Inc. and ASM Partners LLC, both based in Brentwood, will team on the project, which will include 4 buildings and sit on 2 parcels at 1234 and 1240 2nd Ave. S near the fast-changing Wedgewood-Houston…
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2 Highly Anticipated Restaurants to Open This Week
The Nashville Business Journal :: April 21, 2015
Embers Ski Lodge
5th and Taylor, the anticipated restaurant from James Beard-nominated chef Daniel Lindley, is scheduled to open to the public on Monday.
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The highly anticipated restaurant, first reported last July, will open in 6,200 sq. ft. of inside space in the Flats at Taylor Place apartment complex, located at 1515 5th Avenue N. The restaurant will feature a main dining room, 2 private dining rooms, and an additional 2,500 sq. ft. outdoor patio and bar, for total seating accommodating 250 people…

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