Southern Land has tweaked its plans for the southern edge of its McEwen development in Franklin. The new layout for Southside at McEwen comprises three retail buildings between the nearly completed Whole Foods store (far left in the image below) and the McEwen office building. The larger buildings will be 19,000 square feet each, the smaller restaurant building will be about 7,000 square feet. Southern Land's previous plans had called for a hotel and some residential units in that area.
"We are pleased with the ridership growth of the route, which is less than a year old. This expansion to Vanderbilt will give us an opportunity to attract more regional commuters," said Ballard, RTA/MTA CEO. "We appreciate that Mayor Schroer, Gray Line, and Vanderbilt are partnering with us on this initiative. We all want to see the service grow and attract new customers."
“Apache Cassandra is the database for big data,” said Matt Pfeil, CEO and co-founder of Riptano. “Digital Reasoning is doing interesting work within the intelligence community that is resulting in a deployment of Cassandra across hundreds of nodes for millions of documents. We're excited Digital Reasoning is giving back to the community by open sourcing their software to deploy Cassandra on Amazon EC2. This will save time and make it easier to run Cassandra in the cloud.”
The restaurant's owners' said in a release that they are sad to leave Kingston Springs and that the decision was a hard one. "However, we have decided as a family that Franklin would be a wonderful fit for our innovative concepts and great food," they said.
Under Spheris’s plan, a trust is created to distribute the proceeds and any other remaining assets. Subordinated noteholders, owed about $133.6 million, and other unsecured creditors will share the trust. They are estimated to recover about 23 cents on the dollar. Lenders with claims of about $75.6 million were already paid in full from the sale, court papers show.Spheris is now officially known as SP Wind Down Inc., following the $116 million sale of its assets to New Jersey competitor MedQuist Inc.
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