The Rhythm Sues Cash Strapped Buyers

The Rhythm at Music Row has become the latest new Middle Tennessee condo development to sue buyers who try to back out of their purchases.

Rhythm Partners LLC, the Brentwood-based developer of the 14-story, 105-unit condo building that came online this spring, filed suit Friday against four buyers who would not or could not close on their units…read the entire Rhythm sues condo buyers story

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The Gulch Racks Up Another Honorable Mention

the Velocity condos in The Gulch

For a century the Gulch was just a barren railroad corridor, then redevelopment brought it back from the dead. It also created the first LEED Neighborhood Development certification in the South – all while preserving some history. Don’t miss the Station Inn, the mother church of bluegrass, now flanked by new condos and sushi bars…read the full Nashville Gulch awards story

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The Terrazzo Gains Commercial Office Tenant

The Terrazzo Gains Commercial Office Tenant

This article entitled “BB&T makes moves to Terrazo in Gulch” appeared in the Nashville Business Journal on April the 13th, 2009. A staff writer wrote:

“BB&T has moved its commercial lending and wealth management operations from Belle Meade to the Terrazzo in the Gulch.

BB&T signed the lease for space in the $68 million mixed-use tower in early 2008, when it was the first commercial tenant to lease space in the building…continue reading the full Terrazzo office space tenant article.

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This article entitled “Nashville works to liven The Gulch” appeared in the USA Today on April the 8th, 2009. Larry Copeland wrote:

“NASHVILLE – For decades it was little more than an eyesore, a sunken warren of freight railroad tracks and run-down brick warehouses that was home mostly to vagrants and a bluegrass bar with boarded windows.

The Gulch, as it is known, is now the focus of a $400 million makeover whose aim is to bring to Music City a trend that planted itself in cities of its size long ago – urban chic.

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Video of the Condos in the Gulch

On Saturday morning, I met a condo investor from California (Dennis Fong) in The Gulch to take a look at the progress being made on the Velocity condos. It was a beautiful morning so I took the oppotunity to film the layout of The Gulch. In this video you will see where the Velocity, the Icon, the Terrazzo and the Mercury View Lofts are in relation with one another…see the video of the condos in the Gulch.

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Downtown Nashville Condos Sold in 2009

This article entitled “Adelicia closing on final units, garners national attention” appeared in the Nashville Business Journal on April the 3rd, 2009. Jenny Burns wrote:

“The luxury condominium tower Adelicia will close on its last four units this month after the developer offered deep discounts to sell out the remaining 20 units in the West End project…read the full downtown Nashville condos sold in 2009 story.

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