GOOD NEWS: Gulch Project Completion, Sold out in 12 South, & New Soccer Stadium!

Mayor Megan Barry wants to make The Fairgrounds the home of Nashville’s local soccer scene, whatever form it ultimately takes. In a release, Barry said she wants to build a soccer stadium at the South Nashville property at no expense to… Continue reading

GOOD NEWS: Nashville Hottest Market in US, West End Project, & New Seafood Restaurant Opens!

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The Middle TN residential real estate sector continues to be the healthiest in the country, according to a data series compiled by Freddie Mac. They had Nashville atop the… Continue reading

GOOD NEWS: $23M Gulch Permit, Record Low Mortgage Rates, & New Coffee Shop in the Nations!

U.S. mortgage rates seesawed back down this week, nearing record low levels, according to Freddie Mac. The 30-year fixed mortgage averaged 3.47% for the week ending Oct. 27, down from… Continue reading

GOOD NEWS: Nashville Market Ranked Hottest, Buena Vista Record, & John Besh’s New Nashville Restaurant!

Earlier this week one of the year’s most anticipated restaurants opened its doors. Marsh House, New Orleans chef and restaurateur John Besh’s all-day seafood-focused Southern restaurant, kicked off its first breakfast service… Continue reading

GOOD NEWS: Home Sales Up, New Gulch Housing, & Coal Fired Pizza!

There were 3,474 home closings reported for the month of September, according to figures provided by the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS®. That number is up 0.8% from the 3,444 closings reported for the same period last… Continue reading

GOOD NEWS: Record Price in Germantown, $5.15M Gulch Sale, & New 12South Taproom!

This Week in Tennessee News Germantown Home Sale Sets Per-Foot Record The Nashville Post :: September 1, 2016 – A home at the high-end Luxus Germantown has sold for more than $400 per square foot, a record for the fast-changing … Continue reading

GOOD NEWS: Nashville Friendliest in US, WeHo Housing, & Modern Chinese Restaurant!

Ever wonder where you’ll find the rudest and friendliest cities in America? For the 8th year in a row, Travel + Leisure has scoured the country asking Americans about their experiences in major U.S. cities with populations over 100,000 people. The publication asked visitors about their perceptions of local… Continue reading