Hendersonville is slated to land 1,090 residences on 472 acres located between Drakes Creek Road and Long Hollow Pike, according to The Tennessean. To be called Durham, the development will include homes and townhomes (ranging in price from $175,000 to $875,000), about 50,000 square feet of commercial space, roughly 75 acres of park space and a bike/pedestrian trail. Read more here.
Google has named Hendersonville the eCity for Tennessee for 2013 after working with research firm Ipsos to look at how small businesses across the country market themselves and do business online. The two companies looked at how many companies have websites, use blogs and social media, sell directly from their site and have mobile-friendly online presences.
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A developer's plan to build 312 upscale apartments in the Indian Lake corridor of Hendersonville has produced plenty of community opposition. NewsChannel 5's Chris Conte reports on how a Tuesday vote by Hendersonville's aldermen is shaping up.
"It's right in the center of our commercial area, people are scared about traffic, and it's hard to convince them adding hundreds of units of apartments is going to lower traffic," added Woodcock.