Brentwood site sold for $3.5M

October 5, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Eric Snyder Southeast Venture has sold the last 6.41-acre site in Brentwood’s Mallory Park development. Nashville Post reports that Charlotte-based Sonic Automotive Group paid $3.5 million for the property, located at 1577 Mallory Lane. Sonic Automotive also owns the Audi, Porsche and Mini dealerships located in Mallory Park.…

Community Housing Partnership of Williamson County announces final approval for The Village at West Main Street

Community Housing Partnership of Williamson County (CHP) is proud to announce the final approvals from the City of Franklin on the site plan and design plans of The Village at West Main Street in Franklin Tennessee. This development of 30 brand new one-bedroom condominium units located at 1319 West Main Street in Franklin wil be…

Williamson, Middle Tennessee, again show lowest unemployment

September 26, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Corey Little Middle Tennessee Counties once again turned in the lowest unemployment numbers in the state, with Williamson County’s 3.7% rate as the lowest. Davidson was close behind with 3.8 percent, and Maury was at 4.2. The state preliminary unemployment rate for August was 4.4%, with 138,300 unemployed…

Metro Council’s main question for $6B transit plan: How will we pay for it?

September 22, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Meg Garner Six billion dollars. It goes without saying, but that is a lot of money. It is also the expected cost to implement the area’s nMotion plan. Metro Transit Authority CEO Steve Bland addressed Metro Council members’ questions about the area’s regional transit plan at a special…

After controversy, developer pursues much larger Franklin project

September 19, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Adam Sichko An out-of-state developer is again attempting to make its debut in Middle Tennessee, after controversy and a lawsuit around its previous proposal caused the company to walk away and reset. Developer Al. Neyer LLC, of Cincinnati, is now pursuing a project named Mallory Green on an…

A short trip through the history of traffic in Williamson County

September 15, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Corey Little Dial-up modems were the dirt roads of the Internet. Only with the advent of broadband, cable and high-speed connections — the interstates of the Internet — did the online community of today grow to what it is now. Likewise, the shift from dirt roads and turnpikes…