Real Estate

MetroCenter dates back to 1971, when plans for its development were unveiled. Years later, the business park finally hit its stride — here’s the story from its conception to today.
The dig of shovels on Thursday, Feb. 29 signaled the start of what will become the new $2.1 billion enclosed stadium by 2027.
We’re diving into the fourth installation of Metro’s Old House Series and uncovering the history of revival-style homes in Nashville, as well as where to find some for sale today.
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Midtown’s Fallyn apartment community is a certified show-stopper.
The addition to Lower Broadway is expected to open this summer at 107 4th Ave. N., which is adjacent to Ryman Auditorium.
The artist is one of several musicians with branded Lower Broadway bars on the horizon, including Luke Combs and Eric Church.
Real estate experts explain what Nashville home buyers should know and predict whether we’ll see prices continue to rise in 2024.
Let’s visit another popular architectural style in Nashville — the Neoclassical home, popularized at the turn of the century.
The riverfront area you see today could look much different in the future, according to preliminary plans for the East Bank.
Opendoor recognized 20 areas across the US “where people bought homes the fastest” in 2023.
Here we grow again. Nashville’s skyline is adding new hotels, office buildings, and mixed-use spaces in 2024.
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From luxe amenities and community events to a rooftop pool view you’ll never forget, NOVEL Edgehill has thought of everything to make its apartments an ideal home.
Feeling inspired to switch things, change things, and rearrange things at home in 2024? Here’s how to make the most of your time spent at this year’s Antiques & Garden Show.
How to prepare your garden and what to plant in the winter months.
If you’ve had the Tennessee Whiskey Trail on your to-do list, kick those plans in high gear when the Old Glory Distilling Co. unveils new changes in early 2024.
As Nashville continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
Taking it back to the oldest style, let’s explore what makes Victorian Era homes still seen in Nashville today so unique.
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Take advantage of everything offered at the all-in-one community — or just the parts that suit your style.
The real estate marketplace rounded up the most-saved listings in every state for 2023, and this property in Franklin took home the feature.
If you’ve driven past high fences, work crews, and cranes and wondered what’s going on, don’t worry. Leave the construction investigating to us.
The 45-acre mixed-use district in Cool Springs will see additional office, retail, and restaurant space.
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
We’re handing you the keys to the first part of our newest real estate series unpacking the history of historic architecture styles found in Nashville.
We dug into the Urban Land Institute’s predictions for 2024 real estate — here’s how they could apply to Nashville.
At Franklin Grove Estate & Gardens, this revitalized Williamson County property will be a destination for art, history, education, and green spaces.
That castle-like structure on Cockrill Bend is actually the former Tennessee State Prison, which closed 31 years ago. Let’s take a closer look at the development then and now.
Construction on the 9,000-sqft Bordeaux Collaborative facility is set to begin this coming spring.
Plans are underway at the property owned by Nashville nonprofit Inspiritus, which helps low-income individuals find housing and fight food insecurity, among other things.
The 1800s saloon debuts following the recent openings of two other Icon Entertainment & Hospitality ventures — Sinatra Bar & Lounge and Southern Turf Lofts.
Structural framework is now complete on the dual-branded hotels, which mark Hilton’s first expansion to the Gulch neighborhood.
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