Boyle Investment Company celebrated on Friday the 20th anniversary of its Nashville office.
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.
This lovely two-story home nestled in a cul-de-sac in the Stratford Place neighborhood is the perfect family home with plenty of space yet a cozy feel throughout. It has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms and sits on 3,014 square feet.
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.
The Brentwood City Commission unanimously approved the rezoning of approximately 28 acres of land at the intersection of Concord and Franklin Roads for the future development of 20 residential lots.
A growing number of Williamson County citizens are up in arms about the precedent represented by the public taking of a historic property in Brentwood.
In August, a total of 103 single-family home, town home and condo permits were issued in Spring Hill, with 92 issued on the Maury County side of the city.
The thermometer and the calendar both say it’s almost fall! The change temperatures bring our attention to preparing for football-watching, chili-eating, sweater-wearing season! While you haven’t flipped over from air conditioning to the heat just yet, if you have a fireplace, the cooler e…
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.
Just minutes from 840 with resort style amenities and a small town feel, this lovely home has gleaming hardwood floors, an open floors plan and private outdoor living. It has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and one half bath.
Homes in Williamson County’s hot real estate market are hard to come by, but thanks to Thrivent Financial and Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury, Yvonne Anderson will have the chance to purchase a new, craftsman-style home in Fairview later this month.