Uncategorized

Nashville Ranked Nation’s Hottest Single-Family Housing Market

Growth in home sales, price appreciation, population and jobs all factors in second quarter ranking by online real estate marketplace Ten-X Research. Nashville has the hottest single-family housing market in the U.S., according to a report that shows nation-leading annual growth in home sales and price appreciation for the recent second quarter. The No. 1 ranking [...]

Read More >>

Village Real Estate Buys Nations Property for Adaptive Reuse Office Project

Cannonball’s Covers location at 5101 Kentucky Ave. to become office for fast-growing Village real estate agency. Village Real Estate Services has paid $1.26 million for a service garage in The Nations with plans for adaptive reuse of that building as office space for the real estate agency. Under the deal, the current occupant, auto interior repair shop Cannonball’s [...]

Read More >>

Nashville’s Housing Market Ranked No. 1 by Zillow

  NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – It’s no secret that Nashville’s housing market is hot, and according to Zillow, it’s the top hous ing market for 2017. In January, Zillow predicted Nashville would be the fastest growing market this year, and they say they were right on. “We’re seeing a whopping 13 percent annual appreciation on home [...]

Read More >>

Large music venue, movie theater part of planned $1B Nashville Yards project

    (Photo: Gresham Smith and Partners) The nation’s second largest live entertainment company has a roughly 4,000-capacity indoor music venue on the drawing board as part of the massive Nashville Yards commercial and residential project planned near downtown. Under Los Angeles-based AEG‘s plans, the music venue would anchor a mixed-use entertainment district on a four-acre portion of the overall 15-acre former LifeWay Christian [...]

Read More >>

WHY NASHVILLE PREDATORS CHANTS ARE LOUD, MEAN, AND HILARIOUS

              Image by DAVE SANDFORD/NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE/GETTY IMAGES By CHRIS CHAMBERLAIN “He shoots, he scores, you suck!” “It’s all your fault! It’s all your fault!” “We’re gonna beat the hell outta of you, you, you.” “He sucks! He sucks, too!” Watch a Nashville Predators game and that’s what you’re going [...]

Read More >>

How did the Nashville Predators become a Stanley Cup ratings juggernaut?

            Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports The NHL just might have a new marquee franchise on their hands – the Nashville Predators. The Predators might not win the Stanley Cup this year, but they managed to crush the Pittsburgh Penguins in both Games 3 and 4 in Nashville, outscoring them by [...]

Read More >>

This Stunning Silo Mural Makes A West Nashville Old-Timer An Icon Of The Nations Redevelopment

                  An abandoned concrete silo looms over The Nations neighborhood, eerie and empty. The historic Nashville landmark was nearly torn down. Instead, it’s becoming the centerpiece of the community’s redevelopment. A 15-story painting is unfolding, revealing an elderly man who lived nearly all his life within sight [...]

Read More >>

“One Way Ticket” Written By Pred’s Captain Mike Fisher-Great Read for Pred’s Fans

              Photo By Mark Humphrey/AP Images As a general rule of thumb in hockey, you never want the GM to pop his head into the locker room after practice and ask if he can see you for a second. It’s the moment you always hear about, but you never think it’ll happen [...]

Read More >>

Predators becoming Bridgestone beasts

                  Donald Trump as a presidential candidate was still seen as a novelty by many. The Tennessee Titans were seen as an NFL laughingstock. P.K. Subban was a Montreal Canadien, Shea Weber was a Nashville Predator and Washington Capitals fans sensed doom. OK, that last thing hasn’t [...]

Read More >>

Nashville fairgrounds park plan transforms 46 acres into soccer fields, dog park, greenway

                        Metro is moving forward with a long-discussed plan to transform 46 acres of asphalt, concrete and gravel at The Fairgrounds Nashville into a park and green space, injecting new public uses into the city-owned property south of downtown. Eight multi-use soccer fields, a 1.3-mile [...]

Read More >>