Lawsuits, bankruptcies and Headline Homes — the usual saucy stuff — feature prominently on our list of the Post site’s best-read articles from the past two months. But look at the bottom of the list and you get an indication of one of the biggest story threads to emerge from Nashville’s business scene this summer.
Real estate is back, baby.
Not quite making the list behind the Nos. 9 and 10 listed here were pieces on Tony Giarratana’s redesign of his SoBro apartment tower, as well as plans to redevelop sites in The Gulch and Germantown and the pending arrival of a swanky restaurant for West End. For more of our recent development coverage, click here. And look out next week for our September/October magazine, which features plenty more on the future of real estate in Middle Tennessee.
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1. Back Yard Burgers boardroom bust-up leads to suit
Fired VP lifts veil on CEO Boyd's 'erratic behavior, abusive nature'
2. Massive Bellevue development files for bankruptcy
Biltmore Ridges plan had envisioned 1,100 mixed-use acres
3. Brentwood spa files for Ch. 11
Revenues down more than 10% since 2010
4. Headline Homes: June 2012
On this list: A recording paradise in Leiper's Fork, the bosses of Emdeon and HCA's back-office unit, a budding winemaker, and more...
5. CPAs named in nonprofit embezzlement suit
History association's complaint says West End firm didn't catch financial director's actions
6. Zelenik ordered to appear on criminal contempt charges
GOP candidate didn’t show for deposition after rescheduling request was turned down
7. Headline Homes: July 2012
Among the buyers and sellers: A former NBA team owner, a Cracker Barrel VP and LASIK specialist/ballroom dance master Ming Wang
8. Plaster to return July 23
'Sports Night' to be syndicated, line-up changes likely at 102.5
9. Permit Patrol: 13 July 2012
Another luxury retailer for Green Hills, more building at Belmont, finishing a hall of fame, and more...
10. Developer near deal for prominent Charlotte site
State commission prepares to unload first of three TDOT tracts
Want to go back and check out our best-read pieces of the first half of the year? Sure you do: Click here.