Good News: 600 Home Development, 505 Tower, & First Look at Le Sel!

This Week in Tennessee News

Del Webb Confirms Plans to Build 600 Homes in Spring Hill
The Nashville Post :: November 17, 2015
Del Webb Nashville
Del Webb, a division of national home builder PulteGroup, said Tuesday it will break ground in January in Spring Hill on a 600-home development catering to adults 55 and over.
Southern Springs by Del Webb will rise on about 300 acres south of Saturn Parkway, just east of General Motor’s large manufacturing complex, and west of Kedron Road, and have an official grand opening in the spring of…
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Giarratana Set to Wrap Up Financing for 505 Tower
The Nashville Business Journal :: November 17, 2015
Tony Giarratana's 505 Tower
Tony Giarratana is set to finish up financing his 505 tower this week in the form of a $93.3M senior construction loan.
The loan comes from Little Roack, Arkansas-based Bank of the Ozarks, according to the Tennessean.
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Earlier this month, the developer said he was ready to start building the 45 story skyscraper, telling our Adam Sichko that the tower was fully funded. The price tag…
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First Bite: Le Sel at The Adelicia
The Nashville Scene, Bites Blog :: November 19, 2015
Le Sel Nashville
After a pretty much unblemished record of operating successful concepts around Nashville, Max and Ben Goldberg of Strategic Hospitality have opened their first real, from-scratch fine-dining restaurant with Le Sel in the ground floor of the Adelicia condo tower in Midtown.
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So with Le Sel, the Brothers G put their reputation as James Beard award-nominated restaurateurs on the line as they attempt to reinvent the modern French bistro. My 1st visit…

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