Suitor Panattoni Development to pursue manufacturing, warehouse and distribution uses The suitor for the Nashville Superspeedway property plans to transform that roughly 1,400-acre site into a logistics and distribution park. Panattoni Development Co. will pursue with Wilson County officials a rezoning of that property in the Gladeville community to allow for manufacturing, warehouse and distribution uses.
40,000-square-foot location on Lebanon Pike is third overall for Tampa-based Veloce Indoor Speedway A 40,000-square-foot indoor entertainment facility offering all-electric, European racing karts from Italy will open in Hermitage on Saturday. The location at 3432 Lebanon Pike would be the third for Tampa-based Veloce Indoor Speedway, which added a Huntsville, Ala.
Project involving a pair of 40-story towers to now include more hotel rooms, slightly fewer condos and apartments A mixed-use development with a pair of 40-story towers planned for the area south of Broadway can move forward without a 0.14-acre portion of the targeted site that's caught up in a legal dispute.
Panattoni Development Co., a Nashville-based real estate firm, has agreed to purchase the Nashville Superspeedway for $27.5 million. The deal was announced by the track's owner, Dover Motorsports Inc. (NYSE: DVD), on Thursday evening.
Construction to start by year's end on 18th & Chet mixed-use project. A partnership of an Oklahoma City-based private investment firm and Nashville area developer Pat Emery has paid $8.15 million for the Midtown site where they plan the 18th & Chet mixed-use project. By year's end, Hall Capital and Emery's Spectrum | Emery Inc.
15.5 million renovation of the historic Nashville hotel include updates to all 125 rooms. A new bar and restaurant called Carter's will replace Prime 108 as part of a $15.5 million renovation underway at the historic Union Station Hotel Nashville. The project by the hotel's Maryland-based owner Pebblebrook Hotel Trust will include updates to all 125 guestrooms and suites.
Mid-fall construction start eyed for office-retail project at Rosa L. Parks Boulevard and Monroe Street The mixed-use project planned at Monroe Street and Rosa L. Parks Boulevard in Germantown with a location of hot chicken restaurant Hattie B's as the anchor will no longer include nine residential units.
Cottage-style home on 42nd Avenue North seeks to shatter sale price record for the popular neighborhood Could the second attempt be the charm for a million-dollar-plus home sale in Sylvan Park? A $1.26 million listing of a 3,477-square-foot, single-family home at 109 42nd Ave. N.
Bruce McNeilage sells third small Nashville area complex in just over two years Local real estate investor Bruce McNeilage has sold the 61-unit Landmark Apartments in Columbia for $1.1 million, which is double what he paid for the property seven years ago.
Extension raises possibility of longer-term presence of federal agencies in historic office building The lease under which Middle Tennessee's U.S. Bankruptcy Court and two other federal agencies occupy space in the U.S. Customs House office building was extended through the end of January. The temporary move eases concerns about future presence of the court, the U.S.
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