Historic preservationist Aubrey Preston, known for helping save the then-quaint, Williamson County village Leiper's Fork in the 1990s, has acquired historic Puckett’s Grocery.
An increasing number of homebuyers in the Greater Nashville area come from California, yet they warn of a dubious real estate market, all attributing to the same developer — Dalamar Homes.
Williamson Inc.’s housewarming did more than keep up with the Joneses as the opening of its new office at McEwen Northside was commemorated via open house.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County on Monday hosted the grand opening celebration and a tour of the LeHew Mansion Center for Innovation in Franklin.
International real estate corporation Engel & Völkers recently announced a new partnership formed by its local firm and Pareto Realty.
It’s skeletal now, but The Arlington will blend in with the tree-lined neighborhood of many historic homes upon expected completion later this year.
Southeast Venture announced Thursday, April 22, that Signature Homes would be the primary Phase I developer for the new, residential June Lake project in Spring Hill.
With support from Newsom Station residents, the Metro Planning Commission eliminated a Bellevue development project contracted to Olde Mill Partners of Franklin for its lack of progress, which neighbors say turned out to be the best possible outcome.
Brentwood-based development company GBT Realty has paid $3 million for an East Nashville property located four blocks north of Five Points.
Two adjacent commercial properties located in Berry Hill have sold for $2.08 million.The new owner of the properties, located at 2814-2816 Columbine Place, is Brentwood-based businessman Grant Kennedy, according to a Davidson County Register of Deeds document.The seller was Edward Stewart. O…
Brentwood-based real estate investor Hoss Mousavi has paid $2.15 million for a North Davidson County commercial building located about 1.5 miles from TriStar Skyline Medical Center, according to a Davidson County Register of Deeds document.
The Bellevue-area site home to Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre, the closed entertainment venue that billed itself as Nashville’s first space for off-Broadway plays, has sold for $1.95 million, with the seller taking a slight loss on the deal.
Three Midtown properties — including those home to the recently closed Rotier’s and to Emma’s Flowers and Gifts — are under contract to be sold.