Good News: Sales Records Crushed, Mixed-Use Project Begins, & Greek Festival!

This Week in Tennessee News

Nashville Home Sales Keep Crushing Records
The Nashville Business Journal :: September 9, 2015
Record Breaking Sales
It’s been a decade since Middle Tennessee has seen residential real estate boom this amazingly.
Home sales sizzled in summer, with activity in Nashville and Williamson County each topping records set back in 2005, which is well-known as the eve of the worst national recession since the Great Recession.
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Let’s start with Nashville: There were 3,770 closings in…
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Late Fall Groundbreaking Eyed for Mixed-Use Building on 8th
The Nashville Post :: September 10, 2015
Mixed-Use Project
A local investor group is targeting a late fall groundbreaking for its approximately $20M mixed-use project to co-anchor the Berry Hill and Melrose site last home to a Colonial Bakery facility. An early 2017 completion date is eyed.
The 5-story building, which will be paired on the 6.5 acre site with Alliance Residential Co’s 326 apartment unit…
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Don’t Miss Nashville’s Greek Festival This Weekend
The Nashville Scene, Bites Blog :: September 8, 2015
Greek Festival
Opa! Friday marks the beginning of Nashville’s three day Greek Festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox church on Franklin Road. For three straight days, you have the opportunity to gorge yourself on Greek specialties from spanikopita, gyros and moussaka, to baklava and loukomades.
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View the festival menu online to make your plans (I recommend the tiropita and dolmades). Aside from the good eats, there is free music and dancing, plus…

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