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Boost Commons Townhomes NashvilleA large townhouse project called Boost Commons has been proposed for a site behind Boost FitClub in Nashville’s Warner Park neighborhood. Although the development still needs approval from the Nashville Metro Planning Commission, which will require a zoning change to allow for more density at the project’s location at Vaughns Gap Raod and Highway 100, developers are fully aware of  the demand for this particular type of housing in the area.

Those behind the proposed townhouse community are property owner 11 Vaughns Gap RE LLC and local real estate developer Victor Bishara. Aside from attractive living spaces, which will likely offer between two and three bedrooms ad right around 2,000 square feet, Vaughns Gap RE co-owner Stephen Kerr is also the managing

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Condos at Brio NashvilleA small luxury condo development has just been announced for a 0.3-acre site over at 119 Acklen Park Drive off West End Avenue. Being called the Condos at Brio, the new project will bring 12 new upscale condominium residences to the West End neighborhood, which will feature between 1,550 and 1,625 square feet of total living space and reportedly be priced somewhere over $500,000.

Demand for real estate in the West End has really soared over the past 12 to 18 months, largely because of the neighborhood’s awesome walkability to shopping, dining, schools, entertainment, and just about anything else you'd want to live near.  

HV Urban, the developer behind the Condos at Brio, is also working to develop the new Vibe City Homes project, which is a modern,

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Things to Do in Nashville on Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day Weekend is upon us and if you're going to be spending the last weekend of May here in Nashville, here's a quick look at a few events and happening taking place all over town:

Vietnam Veterans Wall

The traveling Vietnam Veterans Wall will make a  stop in Nashville over Memorial Day Weekend, giving locals a chance honor fallen heroes and pay tribute to all 58,272 names on the memorial. The wall will be brought to the Nashville National Cemetery, which will also host a ceremonial program at 1 p.m. that will include music and a speech from the director of Operation Stand Down, Col. John Krenson.


A tribute to the 90s, SuperCoolFunFest is one of Nashville’s most anticipated events this summer. Featuring My So Called

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This really has nothing to do with real estate but if you want to have a good laugh then just watch the video ;)

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Elliott School Condos NashvilleMaintaining and preserving historic buildings and structures is important in real estate development no matter where you live and that’s a principle developers at The Mainland Companies seem to agree with. Announced earlier this month is a plan to convert the historic Elliott School site into condos, which also includes building two brand new buildings as well—a project that will bring 77 new condominium residences to one of Nashville’s oldest residential neighborhoods.

According to reports, the new Germantown condo project will offer a wide range of floor plans that will include anywhere from 650 to 2,300 square feet of total living space, and of the 77 total units, 23 will actually be housed inside the historic Elliott School building, while the other

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Nashville New Constrction Real Estate

Although residential new construction inventory is down, what is available certainly seems to be selling as we inch closer to the halfway point of 2016. An interesting article from Nashville Business Journal recently ranked the hottest selling new developments in the Nashville area, and according to their findings, home buyers appear to be extremely active in the new construction market, with home sales figures coming very close to equaling the number of home starts in a number of new developments or communities across the region.

Of the top 5 projects mentioned, the Burkitt Place neighborhood, which includes Burkitt Place, Burkitt Village, Burkitt Springs, Burkitt South, and Whitney Park, saw the most home sales from March 2015 to February 2016,

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Golf Course Homes For Sale in NashvilleWith beautiful homes and amenity rich surroundings, Nashville’s golf course neighborhoods appeal to a range of today's home buyers. It’s not just the golf courses that are bringing in new residents, either, but the lifestyle that goes along with living in one of these impressive neighborhoods.

The Grove, for example, includes a Greg Norman signature golf course as well as a swimming pool, tennis courts and a range of planned social activities available at its clubhouse. Meanwhile, the Governor’s Golf Club in Brentwood offers the luxury of a guard-gated community, complete with a golf course, social activities and a family-friendly environment.

Other golf course neighborhoods like Foxland Harbor offer residents the enjoyment of an on-site restaurant at the

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Google Fiber in NashvilleGoogle Fiber has made its way to Nashville, with four apartment and condominium buildings in the downtown area now connected to the company’s gigabit-speed internet service. As you might remember, Google first announced bringing Google Fiber to Nashville well over a year ago, but now nearly 15 months after that initial announcement, limited deployment has apparently begun.

As noted in a report from The Tennessean, Google’s primary goal is to connect most of the Nashville metro area from single-family home owners to small businesses throughout Middle Tennessee, not just newer apartment and condo buildings in the city.

For now, the four buildings Google selected to roll out Google Fiber mainly had more to do with engineering and construction than anything

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Nashville Business GrowthIt’s no secret the Nashville real estate market is red hot right now, but what’s making middle Tennessee such an attractive option for current home buyers to consider? Well, if you’ve taken a look at recent employment numbers for the area, you’ll likely see that Nashville’s equally hot job market is one of the primary driving forces behind the strong housing, which is also seeing record high growth figures in the early goings of 2016.

An inviting and innovative city that certainly has plenty of residential upside, a study is now showing the Nashville area is also one of the more affordable cities in the U.S. to do business, making it a viable location for commercial development and corporate relocation. In fact, according to the KPMG study, Nashville

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Nashville Home Sales in 1Q 2016While April and May tend to be pretty busy months for the Nashville-area real estate market, latest figures released by GNAR revealed the busy spring season started much earlier in 2016. According to GNAR’s numbers, March saw 3,141 home closings last month alone, which represents a jaw-dropping 10.7% increase compared to homes closed in March of 2015.

In addition, the first quarter of 2016 had 7,601 home closings in the Nashville area, which is also up over 10% from the 6,904 closings over the first quarter of last year. In all, GNAR covers 9 counties in Middle Tennessee, and not surprisingly, all but one had an increase in median home price.

Interest rates are still low and when you combine a substantial pent up demand with the incredible job growth we’re

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