After almost two years in 12South, Rachel and Edward Martin are relocating (n)habit, their green-focused home supply and design business, to a larger space at 427 Chestnut St. near Greer Stadium. The current store will close its doors this Friday and the Martins will raise the curtain on their new spot — which is 1,800 square feet versus the 1,100 in 12South — on Monday the 18th. Around the corner from the Sounds and Gabby's Burgers, (n)habit will have greater loading dock access and space for the Martins' design and contracting work.
The Lebanon City Council voted unanimously this week to approve Hamilton Springs, a planned development that will integrate a new Music City Star commuter train station.
NewsChannel 5 has the story:
Brothers, and co-developers, Jack and Rick Bell brand this the mid-state's first transit oriented development.
"You can live on, say second, third and fourth floor, and you can have small, mom and pop shops, sub shops, that sort of thing on the bottom floor," Jack Bell told NewsChannel 5.
The development will mix commercial, light retail as well as residential. Bell said it will be stacked condominiums, more than likely.
“Receiving Gold LEED certification is the culmination of a key goal we had for this beautiful addition to Nashville’s skyline,” said Gerald Goldman, director of Canyon Capital Realty Advisors / Canyon-Johnson Urban Funds, the Los Angeles-based investment firm behind The Pinnacle at Symphony Place development. “Commercial tenants at The Pinnacle experience an indoor environment that is healthier for their employees and customers, and certainly healthier for the environment. We are all doing our part to be good environmental stewards and support Nashville’s goal to become the ‘Greenest City in the Southeast.’”
The WeCar campus program is especially popular with students because it provides a solution to car rental age restrictions and to financial concerns associated with having a car on campus. For faculty and staff, the car-sharing program offers a cost-effective and convenient transportation alternative for both personal and business use. Furthermore, the program helps remove cars from the road and reduces pollution and traffic congestion, helping the university to cut overall emissions and enhance its sustainable operations.
“Bovis Lend Lease brings to this project the construction experience critical to the nationwide success of The EV Project,” said Don Karner, President of ECOtality North America. “We look forward to collaborating on leading the large-scale rollout of EV charging stations across the United States as we begin to lay the foundation for consumer EV adoption.”
- ALEX B FRUIN INHERITANCE TRUST; CANDACE F STEFANSIC INHERITANCE TRUST; CANDANCE F STEFANSIC INHERITANCE TRUST; FRUIN, ALEX B TRUSTEE; FRUIN ALEX B INHERITANCE TRUST; STEFANSIC, CANDACE F TRUSTEE; STEFANSIC CANDACE F INHERITANCE TRUST; STEFANSIC CANDANCE F INHERITANCE TRUST
- ROSS, BRIDGETT D
- COOKE, ETHEN LANYARD TRUSTEE; COOKE, ETHEN LEWIS ESTATE
- JACOBS, JESSICA ALEXANDRA; JACOBS, ERIKA BESS