Good News: Nashville Housing + Food Ranked Nationally, and Franklin Subdivision!

This Week in Tennessee News

Study: Nashville’s Housing Recovery Strongest in the Nation
The Nashville Business Journal :: May 7, 2015
Downtown Nashville Cumberland Park
Nashville’s housing market has rebounded stronger than anywhere else in the nation in the aftermath of the recession, according to a new study.
Nashville’s median home price today is 11% higher than the peak values before the recession struck – a new growth that’s the best of the nation’s 100 largest metro areas. Rounding out the top 5: San Francisco, Honolulu, San Jose…

Developer Taps into Franklin Hot Spot with ‘Higher-End’ Subdivision
The Tennessean :: May 2, 2015
Franklin Subdivision
A developer expects to begin construction this spring on a new subdivision that will bring 139 residences to Franklin’s home-building hot spot on the east side of Interstate 65.
Tap Root Hills is being developed on 62 acres that were part of the Ingraham family’s Tap Root Farm, an event center and beef cattle farm along Clovercroft Road. The new subdivision will feature homes ranging in size from…
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Nashville Named One of America’s Next Hot Food Cities
The Nashville Business Journal :: May 7, 2015
City House Nashville
Zagat, a leading dining and food guide to cities across the globe, has named Nashville one of the country’s next hot food cities.
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Nashville landed at #6 on the list, which ranked 89 cities across the country. By now, Nashville’s recognition as a food destination shouldn’t be surprising (in fact, the city is trying to market and brand around it). Just this week, City House chef Tandy Wilson was in Chicago as a finalist for…

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