You may be ready to settle in to the current season of sweaters, fireplaces and pie, but spring is just around the corner and if you want to welcome it with flowers, you need to think about it now!
The sale of the Northfield Workforce Development Center, also known as the Northfield Building, is in talks to be delayed a third time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. City leaders will vote on the purchaser's request for a delay in the sale during their Monday night city meeting.
Spring Hill city leaders are set to vote Monday night on Kingsley Place, and new 44-acre mixed-use development project that will include a new grocery store, land dedicated for a new police department, retail and office space and hundreds of apartment units.
The stately, classic home at 5003 Country Club Drive has it all— fresh paint, gleaming hardwood floors, trey ceilings, lots of space, natural light throughout and views of the 12th hole of Brentwood Country Club. It has five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms and is 5,609 square feet.
The vacancy rate in Cool Springs — and the Nashville market at large — is continuing to rise as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
The home at 724 Fawn Circle is classic, spacious and functional. Built in 1990, this home has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and sits on 2,510 square feet.
The median price for a single family home in Williamson County hit $600,000 last month as the number of real estate sales remained higher than last year.
The sale of the Northfield Workforce Development Center, also known as the Northfield Building, has been delayed a second time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
During a Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting Monday night, Alderman Dan Allen brought forth the idea of purchasing more than 500 acres of land - located east of Interstate 65 and Saturn Parkway - for the purpose of future city development.
The Foundation for Fallen Officers of Tennessee, a nonprofit organization that aims to financially support families who have lost a loved one in the line of duty, received a $2,000 donation Monday from John Maher Builders.
While the coronavirus pandemic has dealt a strong economic blow to Williamson County, with more than 3,770 residents receiving unemployment compared to early March numbers of just over 250, new residential development hasn’t slowed much at all compared to last year.
The finance team at Brookdale Senior Living this week put the bow on the latest in a series of refinancing transactions. Notable about this $221 million deal: It clears the decks of debt maturities for the Brentwood-based company both this year and next.