Parks in Brentwood has hired Deanna Delore as a new realtor.
A Brentwood office building accommodating a music publishing company with clients including CeCe Winans, TobyMac, Mandisa, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith and Newsboys has sold for $13.8 million.
The Lower Broadway building home to iconic retail business Ernest Tubb Record Shops has sold for $18.3 million — more than three times the figure for which it changed ownership hands 24 months ago.
A North Davidson County property that recently changed ownership hands and sits near the Cumberland River is being eyed for a townhome project.
A large property zoned for luxury home development and held in a trust was proposed to be rezoned for commercial development, which the city decided against doing.
Chartwell Residential announced Monday that it will be developing the sizable Kedron Square expanse for a master-planned community in Spring Hill.
The Nashville area saw 4,257 home closings in June, an 8 percent decrease from the mark of the same month in 2021 — with the dip attributed, in part, to home loan interest rates.
The downtown building housing the closed The George Jones museum, restaurant and bar has sold for $28.5 million — only seven months after it changed ownership hands for $21 million.
A South Davidson County garden-style apartment complex has sold for about $91 million, with the new owner affiliated with Florida-based global private investment firm Starwood Capital Group.
I must warn you, I recently started watching the Netflix reality real estate show Selling Sunset and now I’m pretty sure I know everything there is to know about contingencies, million dollar contracts and Botox.
The Goose Creek Bypass is slated to see a future storage facility currently under development on the side of Interstate 65 opposite Peytonsville Road.
A Brentwood-based real estate developer has snagged several lots at the corner where Commonwealth Drive meets Wall Street with the intent to build a significant structure.
Investor interest in the Nashville housing market is fading somewhat, creating an opening for would-be homebuyers, according to new data from Redfin.
The City of Spring Hill, split between Maury and Williamson Counties, unanimously approved tax rates at a significant moment in the municipality’s growth and development.
The now public agenda for the upcoming Planning Commission meeting in Nolensville shows no hearing for the proposed Four Springs development for what will make two months.
Gehan Homes, the 13th largest private builder and the 29th largest builder in the U.S., has closed on a recent land purchase in the town of Columbia, per a release.
Just as in February, not a single home on this month’s list went for less than $4 million. Unsurprisingly, Nashville’s housing market is getting more expensive across the board.
One of the biggest real estate firms in Nashville, Fridrich & Clark Realty, announced Wednesday the additions of Chase Ballenger, John Sullivan and Kirsten Wines.
Two Nashville honky-tonk owners have sold a downtown surface parking lot for $10.2 million — and for a noteworthy per-foot record, according to a Davidson County Register of Deeds document.
The Nashville area in April saw a 7 percent dip in residential sales and a major increase in the median prices of single-family homes and condominiums — the result, in part, of limited supply.
Bradford Real Estate LLC., a prominent Nashville brokerage firm, announced Friday it tapped Lori Kennedy to operate as principal broker for its new Franklin locale.
This month’s list is filled with big sales, and I’m not just talkin’ money. At least three homes on this month’s list clock in at more than 13,000-square-feet, with the biggest sale approaching a whopping 20,000.
One of the country’s foremost woman-owned development firms has announced that the class-A office condos at 347 S. Royal Oaks Blvd. are complete and now for sale at competitive rates.
Nashville-based Southern Land Company announced Tuesday its latest master-planned community will be established in Nolensville.
After two years as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Spring Hill resident Evan Hart locally established Hart Development in December and has recently been licensed to proceed.
The consequences of the Ukraine conflict are rippling through the global economy. The Middle Tennessee housing market will likely not be immune from those effects, according to Greater Nashville Realtors President Steve Jolly.
SVN International Corp., a full-service commercial real estate franchisor of the SVN brand, announces the addition of its new franchise office, SVN | Accel Commercial Real Estate headquartered in Brentwood, per a press release.
Nashville remains a challenging market in which to buy a home, as multiple reports released this week found that inventory of both residences and vacant lots in the area is low.