March 2017

Found 4 blog entries for March 2017.

‘Thrillist’ Names Nashville the No. 1 Place to Spend a Weekend

Nashville’s popularity is rising and it’s now considered the best place you could spend a weekend. Thrillistrecently announced their list of the 25 Best U.S. Cities to Spend a Weekend and Nashville came in at the top spot.

The publication raves about Music City and says visitors just can’t leave without sampling hot chicken (something we already know). They also recommend grabbing a delicious, and refreshing, bushwhacker from Edley’s and attending a show at the historic Ryman Auditorium.

Thrillist raves about Nashville’s food and how we’re currently attracting a plethora of celebrity chefs. They mention not only our hot chicken but also our delicious BBQ. Of course if you’re eating as

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Nashville’s real estate market is continuing to be hot this year. February showed yet another increase in home sales for the Tennessee capitol.

According to Greater Nashville Realtors data, there were 2,507 closings in February. That’s nearly 100 more closings than Nashville saw in January and, according to Nashville Business Journal, that’s a 9.3 percent increase from last year at this time. That’s a great thing for Music City — and we could have the weather to thank.

“Spring is in the air and in the real estate market. A few days of warmer temperatures helped our region finish strong in February, closing over 2,500 units,” the Greater Nashville Realtors president Scott Troxel explained.

February’s closings included 2,038 residential sales, 286

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Twenty micro homes are coming to south Nashville's Glencliff United Methodist Church for the homeless. 

Open Table Nashville, a non-profit organization, is behind the real estate plans. Open Table Nashville is a "community that disrupts cycles of poverty, journeys with the marginalized and provides education about issues of homelessness" and they're calling this initiative the Village at Glencliff. 

 "Too many of our friends have died on the streets," Open Table Nashville Executive Director Rev. Ingrid McIntyre told The Tennessean before adding that 87 homeless people died last year alone in the area. "Hopefully, this place will help lower that number by providing community and programs that will get the most vulnerable into permanent housing."

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Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany Kerr have put their Hickman county home, Blackjack Ridge, up for sale.

The 4,032 square foot home is currently for sale and it’s listed at $4.6 million. The gorgeous property sits on 1,400 acres in Centerville and the home’s website describes it as a “prestigious hunting property, luxury lodge and upscale retreat.”

 The rugged home is perfect for an outdoors lover that wants to be outside the city limits. The Hickman county land is suited for someone who wants to make it their own private hunting and fishing lot. It has high game fences, a large storage area and sparkling streams among its other outdoor amenities. There’s also a large gentlemen’s lodge that fits the outdoorsy theme.

 The home itself has six

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