GBT Realty continues to target multiple local locales for urban-focused projects, with the Brentwood-based development company now seemingly eyeing a River North site.
H.G. Hill Realty Company reported Tuesday that it has applied for a permit to get rid of empty parts of the Franklin Plaza on Columbia Avenue and West Fowlkes Street.
Home-price growth climbed to a new record in July as buyers continued to compete fiercely amid a shortage of homes for sale, but September statistics from Greater Nashville Realtors show the market frenzy might be starting to ease.
Almost half of the Ovation submarket — among Metro Nashville area’s most high-profile mixed-use developments — just sold for $35 million after development onsite unexpectedly stalled for several years.
Franklin-based Clear Blue Company intends to develop 10.7 acres at 301 Ben Allen Rd. into a campus of seven modern apartment complexes for a total of 245 units.
The Nashville office of South Bend, Indiana-based Holladay Properties has paid $56 million for The Factory at Franklin and plans major upgrades to the retail property.
For nearly 60 years, Brownland Farm has been a fixture in Franklin and often the center of some of the nation’s most notable equestrian events.
In spite of a small drop in the median home sales price month-over-month, the Williamson County real estate market continues to not only lead the state but remain a topic of conversation on the national level.
Custom home developer Dalamar Homes' business practices have resulted in a lawsuit that has temporarily cost them the right to sell a disputed home originally valued just under $1 million.
Williamson County is the Hallmark Channel of Middle Tennessee real estate. The area's housing market data tells a story that is both positive and predictable.
Nashville-area home sales fell 8 percent in July from the mark of the same month in 2020 — with inventory improving a bit and single-family homes staying on the market a mere 22 days.
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.