September 2016

Found 2 blog entries for September 2016.

Roxy Theatre NashvilleAlthough the charming little neighborhood of McFerrin Park has been a bit slower to develop than many of its neighboring communities, it’s quickly becoming a more popular destination for young and entry-level home buyers to consider in today’s crazy Nashville real estate market. All throughout McFerrin Park you’ll find a pleasant mix of independent bars, restaurants, and specialty shops, while residential development is also starting to pick up steam in the area as more locals are beginning to recognize the neighborhood’s huge potential. 

As you might recall, McFerrin Park is also home to the historic and long-vacant Roxy Theater, which was just recently labeled one of Nashville’s most endangered historic buildings. According to recent reports,

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Wedgewood-Houston Real EstateA Nashville developer is proposing a dynamic new residential project that would bring 90 units to the city’s up-and-coming Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood if approved. But unlike your standard multi-unit complex, FMBC Investments is hoping to implement a rather unique design into the fold, ultimately building the new complex using repurposed shipping containers. 

Although specific details about the new shipping container development are still unclear, developers have said they hope to include studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom floor plans, with pricing likely to be more affordable than most new construction condos and apartments thanks to the unconventional design. 

It is worth noting, however, that despite Nashville’s very limited inventory of

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