Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: October, 2014

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October 2014

Found 4 blog entries for October 2014.

A new hotel and eatery are coming to the Gulch area in Nashville in 2015. The Nashville Business Journal is talking about the new luxury 12-story hotel coming to the city that will hold the nationally-known eatery called The Doughnut Vault.

In 2016 you can expect to enjoy these delicious doughnuts as construction completes along Pine Street at the intersection of 12th and 11th Avenues.  Here is what is going on with the Doughnut Vault project in Gulch.

The Hotel

The luxury hotel will have 224 rooms and open in the summer of 2016. Located along Pine Street, this downtown location is offering another luxury boutique hotel option to the area and including the doughnut shop inside.

The hotel is a Thompson hotel brand that teamed up with Market Street

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Watertown, Tennessee is a town that first came to be in the late 1700s. It’s a small community located in southeastern Wilson County near the DeKalb and Smith County lines.  The county of Wilson is the second highest median income in the state and is in Tennessee’s top five for most affluent counties. Here is what life is like in the town of Watertown, Tennessee.

Things to Do

In Watertown, Tennessee, you will find plenty of businesses and things to do. There are a city library located downtown on public square and a drive-in theatre that is very popular among locals. People from neighboring communities visit just to enjoy the drive-in theatre. There are dozens of businesses situated in Watertown including family-owned businesses and franchises like

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Music Row is an area in downtown Nashville, Tennessee where country, gospel and Christian music industry businesses are situated. Music Row is thought to be the heart of Nashville’s entertainment industry and many record labels and recording studios live here.

While Music Row property used to be the coveted place for musicians and those in the industry, the area is evolving. Music sales have declined and record labels are becoming obsolete. Due to this change, Music Row property is going to be developing into more of a midtown landscape rather than music center.

What to Expect

One business that will be making its way out is the RCA building on 17th Avenue. Since it costs $5.1 million to preserve it, the tenants of this building will be out by the

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Corn MazeDuring the fall season, corn mazes become a very popular attraction. Families can enjoy plenty of fun trying to solve the maze and usually, there are other attractions, too. Here are some of the best corn mazes to visit throughout the season.

Gentry Farm

This farm is found about 22 miles from Nashville and includes an excellent corn maze. They also have hay rides, nature trails, play areas, a pumpkin patch and farm animals. The farm is found at 1970 Highway 96 West in Franklin.

Walden Pumpkin Farm

Found about 25 miles from Nashville, this farm offers hay rides, a pumpkin patch and a large corn maze. It's known as one of the better choices and it's found at 8653 Rocky Fork Road in Smyrna.

Norman Farm

The closest farm with a corn maze to

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