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The asking cost of a South Nashville property the moment home to one of the city’s most prolonged-standing burger, fry and shake joints has been reduced.

Situated at 306 E. Thompson Lane in the vicinity of both Woodbine and Glencliff, the property features a building that had until the pandemic housed Dairy King. House proprietor Jeff Jones is now asking $1.6 for the home, down from $1.9 million.

Jones has enlisted Pat Howell, senior vice president of locally centered C.A. Howell & Business, to tackle the marketing and sale of the residence. 

The most the latest iteration of Dairy King opened in 1970 Jones bought the business enterprise 40 a long time back. He would later pay out $600,000 for the .62-acre property in mid-2010, according to Metro records. The home, which suffered injury in the course of the Fantastic Flood of 2010, incorporates a compact household building positioned to the back again of the Dairy King construction (which also contains non-cafe place).

Jones, who will give catering services for Thanksgiving, closed his business enterprise (which also served as a meat-and-three restaurant) on Aug. 3. He operated Dairy King with wife, Carolyn. In accordance to the Dairy King site, the authentic and prior thought for the duration of the 1950s and 1960s was a drive-in related to a Dairy Queen. Dairy King was pointed out for its considerable menu of about 100 items, together with several desserts.

Read Jones’ farewell letter listed here.

Graphic release for Chestnut Hill venture

Nashville-dependent household developer John Hays has introduced an graphic for his 10-townhome venture in Chestnut Hill on the city’s south facet.

To be known as Market Avenue Townhouses, the advancement has a key deal with of 1242 2nd Ave. S. Hays is endeavor the about $4 million progress via his John Hays Design, which is also serving as normal contractor. The architect is locally based mostly Root Architecture (stylized as “rootARCH”).

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Significant permit issued for Stadium Inn project

The staff driving the reinvention of the East Bank’s Stadium Inn making has landed a permit similar to the task. The allow is valued at nearly $10.8 million, with Franklin-primarily based MTLC Constructing Team serving as normal contractor.

The Stadium Inn at 10 Interstate Drive near Nissan Stadium was an aged-university hotel that shut previously this yr to accommodate the building’s rehabbing. Rob Lowe, senior controlling director with the Nashville office environment of commercial authentic estate firm Cushman & Wakefield, is portion of an trader team that is partnering with the hotel’s homeowners (a Murfreesboro pair) on the renovation task. The group has enlisted Nashville-based mostly Pfeffer Torode Architecture to cope with the structure.

“We aren’t prepared to share the [specific] vision for the undertaking but we are receiving energized about its redevelopment,” Lowe emailed the Put up.

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