GOOD NEWS: Best Sales Since Recession, Tiny Houses for Homeless, & New Restaurant from Fido Chef!

This Week in Tennessee News

Nashville has Best February Home Sales Since 2007 Recession
The Tennessean :: March 7, 2017
A seemingly early arrival of spring late last month helped to fuel the highest number of Nashville-area residential properties to change hands during February since the Great Recession in 2007.
Last month’s 9.3% jump to 2,507 closings came despite 1,300 fewer properties being available on the Nashville market at the end of February versus 2016. Locally, there’s only a 3.3-month supply of single-family homes, according to Greater Nashville Realtors.
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“The demand is very strong, pulling transactions out of a smaller pool of homes…”
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20 Micro Homes for Homeless Planned in South Nashville
The Tennessean :: March 5, 2017
A community of 20 micro homes that will provide bridge housing for homeless people is planned on the campus of Glencliff United Methodist Church in south Nashville.
Open Table Nashville, a nonprofit group that advocates for low-income, affordable housing, is leading efforts to create the Village at Glencliff, partnering with the United Methodist Church.
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“Too many of our friends have died on the streets,” Open Table Nashville Executive Director Rev. Ingrid McIntyre said, adding that…
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Former Longtime Fido Chef John Stephenson Plans New West Nashville Restaurant
Eater Nashville :: March 8, 2017
Longtime Nashville chef John Stephenson is preparing to jump back in the kitchen, as he is now in the beginning stages of planning for a new restaurant in West Nashville. The project, named Hathorne (his grandmother’s maiden name), will be located next to the former West Nashville United Methodist Church.
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Stephenson describes the food as New American, stating that there will be things that people recognize from his menus from over the years. The current plan is for the restaurant to be…
 

 

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