This Week in Tennessee News
Wedgewood-Houston Site Eyed for Multi-Building Mixed-Use Project
The Nashville Post :: September 24, 2015
The Nashville-based real estate entity seeking to acquire 5.2 acres on Wedgewood-Houston’s northern fringe is targeting a mixed-use development for the site.
Nathan Hysmith, who co-owns and is adaptively reusing Wedgewood-Houston’s multi-building May Hosiery complex that fronts Chestnut Street – and is recognized for its iconic water tower – told neighbors Wednesday night that he and his team envision a mixed-use development…
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Green Hills Grille Reopens, with a Menu of Classic Items and Some Old Favorites
The Nashville Scene, Bites Blog :: September 22, 2015
Those of you who have lamented the loss of many beloved restaurants of the past 20 years may be pleased to know that Green Hills Grille has returned. Now open across Hillsboro Road from the original location, the restaurant is in Greenbriar Village, the strip that fronts Richard Jones Road.
Inside, the spacious restaurant is a throwback to the original’s Southwestern decor and cuisine. Menu holdovers, such as the…
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Microbrewery Slated for Chestnut Hill
The Nashville Post :: September 23, 2015
South Nashville’s Chestnut Hill district is set to land its first microbrewery.
According to multiple sources, Tracey and Jeff Fountain are planning to operate New Heights Brewing Co. from a small building located at 928 Fifth Avenue South.
The site is located about 1.5 blocks south of the land on which the iconic Gerst brewery operated. It is also located within no more than 5 blocks of Tennessee Brew Works…
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