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Nashville, Tennessee
Business Reporter — Tennessean

Growth and development business news reporter at The (Nashville) Tennessean, adjunct professor of mass communications at Tennessee State University

Proposed land swap would move Westmeade Elementary — Metro Schools is considering a land swap with a real estate developer that could lead to relocation of Westmeade Elementary School and open up another former school site in West Nashville for redevelopment. Under the plan, Michael Shmerling of XMI Holdings Inc.

$50K sought for micro homes village targeting homeless — A Nashville interfaith congregation is pressing toward raising $50,000 to build a village of up to eight micro homes for the homeless, despite a break-in attempt over the weekend on the model unit where its lead minister is staying to bring awareness to the GoFundMe campaign.

Stock-Yard Restaurant property sold for $8.3M — A pair of Charlotte, N.C.-based developers have paid $8.3 million for the longtime home of Stock-Yard Restaurant, including land on which they plan to build a roughly 310-unit apartment community. The 3.3 acres Spectrum Residential and Llewellyn Development LLC bought include the restaurant site at 901 Second Ave. N.

MDHA’s Envision Cayce takes next step forward — The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency is seeking to create the new Cayce Place redevelopment district in a step toward converting Nashville's largest public housing complex into a $602 million mixed-income, mixed-use community.

Five acres on Nolensville Pike sold for $3M — Nashville real estate investor Nick Spiva has bought five acres on Nolensville Pike for nearly $3 million. Spiva bought the land at the corner of Nolensville Pike and Napoleon Avenue roughly a mile south of the Tennessee State Fairgrounds from a family trust.

Metro plan would improve Green Hills traffic — Metro is in talks with owners of the CVS drugstore and Krystal properties in Green Hills about options that include buying portions of those sites for roadway improvements.

Million-dollar homes coming to prime West End site — Ford Custom Classic Homes has completed its purchase of the 7.2-acre Welch College campus on West End Avenue for roughly $11.25 million. In the next four months, the Franklin-based luxury homebuilder led by CEO Mike Ford plans to start construction on a $60 million residential project.

Century City business park land sells for $1.25M — A group of local developers/investors that includes principals in real estate investment firm Anchor Investments has bought 9.07 acres near Nashville International Airport for $1.25 million. At present 16 Century Partners LLC doesn't have specific plans for one of the last tracts in the Century City business park, said Jonathan Harris, an attorney for that entity.

Investors buy Nashville office-warehouse buildings for $1.25M — Two local investment groups have jointly acquired a pair of office-warehouse buildings off Nashville's Foster Avenue for $1.25 million. Highway 109 Partners partnered with Stafford Partners to buy the fully occupied buildings totaling 26,500 square feet as an investment, using proceeds from selling another property.

Bank leases former F. Scott’s in Green Hills — The former home of F. Scott's Restaurant and Jazz Bar in Green Hills is set to become a bank office. Bank of Tennessee has leased the just less than 6,000-square-foot space at 2210 Crestmoor Road with plans to relocate its main Middle Tennessee office there from 2525 West End Ave.
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Jun 30, 2015

Justin Timberlake pays $4M for Williamson County land via @tennessean

Jun 29, 2015

Nashville's Stock-Yard Restaurant closed for business via @tennessean

Jun 29, 2015

Dollar Tree, Sherwin-Williams planned near Nashboro Village via @tennessean

Jun 29, 2015

Wilson County hopes to build on industrial success via @tennessean

Jun 29, 2015

Investors pay $2.4M for Germantown-area parcels via @tennessean

Jun 29, 2015

Proposed land swap would move Westmeade Elementary via @tennessean

Jun 28, 2015

$50K sought for micro homes village targeting homeless via @tennessean

Jun 28, 2015

Nashville woman apologizes to LGBT community on Facebook via @tennessean

Jun 28, 2015

Stock-Yard Restaurant property sold for $8.3M via @tennessean

Jun 26, 2015

Miranda Pontes plans Geist restaurant in Germantown via @tennessean

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