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Real estate developer AJ Capital Partners, whose summer purchase of the property home to live music club Exit/In caused some residents to worry about the future of the venue, has applied for a historic landmark overlay at the site — a Metro designation that would make it more difficult to ma…

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We are swiftly moving through October and this is a good time for the reminder that October is Fire Prevention Month.  If you haven’t done so this calendar year, test your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors if you have them.  If you have older models, test and change the batteries…

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The Milcrofton Utility District officially filed Friday, Oct. 22, a petition for condemnation of the historic Menefee-Byrd farm in Brentwood — an early step toward the public taking of part of the property.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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Corporations are gobbling up Nashville homes and building new ones. What does it mean for the local housing market?

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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…