GOOD NEWS: New Housing in East Nashville and West End Park, & Little Octopus Opening!

This Week in Tennessee News

East Nashville Parcel Could Land Condo Building
The Nashville Post :: January 16, 2017
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Nashville-based real estate investor Hoss Mousavi is targeting an East Nashville site for a building to offer 38 condo flats and lofts, The Tennessean reports.
The Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Review Committee will vote on Tuesday on the concept plans for the $8M project. The address is 1016-1020 Whites Creek Pike with the street T-intersecting with Dickerson Pike.
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Mousavi will go before the MDHA Design Review Committee to…
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West End Park Slated for Residential Project
The Nashville Post :: January 16, 2017
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An eight-unit residential project is being eyed for West End Park.
Franklin-based Carbine and Associates owns the 0.26-acre parcel, located at 3137 Long Blvd.
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Carbine and Associates has enlisted Brentwood-based T-Square Engineering to assist with land-planning and rezoning efforts. The team will go before the Metro Planning Commission on Thursday, Feb. 23, to request a final site plan approval.
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The property, on which is located a small home, sits within…
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Little Octopus Opens in New Gulch Location Sat.
The Nashville Eater :: January 17, 2017
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A popular East Nashville restaurant is prepping to open later this week in a well-known Gulch location, as Little Octopus plans to open its doors for dinner service this Saturday.
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Located in what was formerly the longtime home of Ru San’s Sushi and Seafood, founders Sarah and Brad Gavigan originally opened the restaurant in 2015 as a temporary resident in what was previously known as their POP Nashville space in East Nashville, announcing Little Octopus’s move to permanent digs last May.
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Chef Daniel Herget’s menus are slightly expanded, offering…
 

 

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