Good News: 10 Year High, Germantown Project, & New Melrose Restaurant!

This Week in Tennessee News

Home Builders Haven’t Felt This Good About the Housing Market Since 2005
The Nashville Business Journal :: October 19, 2015
Home Builders Haven't Felt This Good About the Housing Market Since 2005
Home builders’ confidence in the housing market continues to grow, reaching a level not seen for 10 years.
That’s according to the Housing Market Index, which is based on a survey of National Association of Home Builders’ members. The index jumped 3 points this month to 64, continuing a 5 month trend of strong numbers. The survey gauges builders’ perceptions of…
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Mainland Pays $5.8M for Germantown Project Slated for Project
The Nashville Post :: October 20, 2015
Mainland Pays $5.8M for Germantown Project Slated for Project
Nashville-based The Mainland Companies has paid $5.8M for Germantown property on which it plans a residential property, according to Metro records.
Mainland created Mainland Germantown LLC for the acquisition.
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The seller was Centerstone of Tennessee Inc, a mental…
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Dale Levitski and Sinema Co-Owners Reveal Name for New Melrose Restaurant
The Nashville Scene, Bites Blog :: October 16, 2015
Dale Levitski and Sinema Co-Owners Reveal Name for New Melrose Restaurant: The Hook
As reported back in the summer, part of the ownership group involved with Sinema is working on a new restaurant on 8th Avenue at Bradford, previously the site for Global Motorsports. The new restaurant now has a name: The Hook. According to the release:
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“The Hook will be a fast-casual restaurant concept, with Executive Chef Dale Levitski combining…”

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