Growth and development business news reporter at @Tennessean. Adjunct professor @TSUedu. gward@tennessean.com

South Nashville, Hendersonville apartments sold for $23.6 million

tennessean.com — Los Angeles-based buyer now owns five Nashville area apartment complexes A Los Angeles-based multifamily investor has paid $23.6 million for a pair of Nashville area apartment complexes. Summit Equity Investments Inc. now owns five apartment properties here after buying the 168-unit The Reserve at Drakes Creek in Hendersonville and 160-unit 380 Harding i n south Nashville.

Public aid deal for Printers Alley hotel tweaked

tennessean.com — Developer no longer due full $6.5 million at closing of tax-increment financing loan. The $6.5 million in public aid for the boutique hotel development planned in Printers Alley is back on track, but with a tweak to how quickly the developer can draw the money.

First look: 14-story 8th + Division tower planned in Gulch

tennessean.com — Alliance Residential filing shows 225 apartment units, 4,000 square feet of retail space. The building that Alliance Residential Co. plans for the southwest corner of Eighth and Division in the Gulch is expected to rise 14 stories. 8th + Division is expected to include 225 apartment units and 4,000 square feet of retail space.

The Wabash to bring office/retail space to East Nashville

tennessean.com — Former Fluffo mattress building being demolished for project. Demolition is underway on the former Fluffo mattress building in East Nashville to make way for a 40,000-square-foot mixed-use project. Developers Dan Heller and March Egerton plan to open The Wabash Building at 901 Woodland St. in spring 2017.

Ascend Amphitheater wins ULI Nashville's first 'People's Choice' award

Ascend Amphitheater wins ULI Nashville's first 'People's Choice' award
tennessean.com — Nonprofit organization recognizes nine projects with Excellence in Development Awards Chalk up another win for transformation of the city's former trash-burning plant site into Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater. The park and open-air music venue, located downtown along the Cumberland River, was among nine Middle Tennessee projects that the Urban Land Institute's Nashville District Council recognized with Excellence in Development awards on Monday night.

First look: 27-story tower planned for former Mazda site

First look: 27-story tower planned for former Mazda site
tennessean.com — Whole Foods among possibilties for property at Broadway and 12th An Austin, Texas-based developer's plans for the former Nelson Mazda dealership on Broadway near Interstate 40 calls for a 27-story mixed-use tower. Endeavor Real Estate Group's filing with the Downtown Code Design Review Committee seeks a modification that would permit more of the tallest part of the building to face Broadway and 12th Avenue North.

Combat entertainment venue coming to Franklin

Combat entertainment venue coming to Franklin
tennessean.com — Hard Knocks -- Your indoor War to occupy part of former Williamson Square Kroger space. An indoor laser tag and combat entertainment venue founded by a former Disney executive is targeting a mid-May soft opening for its first Nashville-area location.

How many people are really moving to Nashville every day?

How many people are really moving to Nashville every day?
tennessean.com — Number depends on geography, duration and whether births minus deaths and people moving out are considered. Quick! How many people move to Nashville each day? That's become a hotly debated question, as Music City experiences a growth spurt.

Rivergate shopping center sold for $15.7 million

Rivergate shopping center sold for $15.7 million
tennessean.com — Deal is first in Nashville for Atlanta-based Monarch Investments Group An Atlanta-based real estate company has paid $15.66 million for The Shoppes at Rivergate in Madison, across from Rivergate Mall. The 172,078-square foot shopping center at 2148 Gallatin Pike is Monarch Investments Group LLC's first acquisition in Nashville.

Beyoncé to reschedule Nashville show

Beyoncé to reschedule Nashville show
wbir.com — NASHVILLE-THE TENNESSEAN - Beyoncé will reschedule her May 5 show at Nashville's Nissan Stadium, according to the show's promoter. Live Nation announced the news in a statement Friday. The statement did not give a reason for the delay, and a spokesman declined to discuss the reason for the postponement.
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May 04, 2016

South Nashville, Hendersonville apartments sold for $23.6 million tnne.ws/26VkAnI via @Tennessean

May 04, 2016

First look: 14-story 8th + Division planned in Gulch tnne.ws/1SZsAwB via @Tennessean @AllianceResidential pic.twitter.com/fZJFH1zu7k


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