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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

Stonehaven will be the name of another housing development of 133 single-family homes near Mays Chapel Rd north of highway 70 near Mt. Juliet in Wilson County. 

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2018/10/18/133-homes-proposed-northern-wilson-county/1662558002/

 

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That's just a mile or so from the Martha commuter rail station.  And with Mt Juliet schools.  Good move.

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Maplehurst Bakeries will expand it's Wilson County operations that will produce 90 new jobs and in investment of $53 million.

Wilson County has seen more than 4,000 new jobs since 2011.

More at Nashville Post here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/economic-development/article/21029308/bakery-business-to-invest-53m-in-lebanon-expansion

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Gatherings at Indian Lake will be two 4 story buildings with, 54 condo development for people 55 and older in Hendersonville on Saundersville Rd (no address or cross street is mentioned in article):

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/homes/2018/11/14/senior-living-communities-make-city-lake-great-place-retire/1976320002/
 

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A 1,200 home development to be called Stoney Farms is being proposed for the west side of Lebanon on 395 acres at intersection of Cairo Bend Rd. and Rt. 109. It will include single family homes, one level cottages, villas, and townhomes.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2018/11/14/stoney-farms-development-proposal-homes-lebanon/1998287002/
 

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3 hours ago, markhollin said:

A 1,200 home development to be called Stoney Farms is being proposed for the west side of Lebanon on 395 acres at intersection of Cairo Bend Rd. and Rt. 109. It will include single family homes, one level cottages, villas, and townhomes.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2018/11/14/stoney-farms-development-proposal-homes-lebanon/1998287002/
 

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That's about a mile from the Music City Star station.  Development will continue to come to the areas around these stations.

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Lebanon's Square continues to be revitalized; Town Square Social opened a couple of months ago on the east side of the roundabout.  Work continues next door rehabilitating a former antique space into a brick oven pizzeria with perhaps as many as thirty taps with a wide selection of local beers.

It's nice to see this space revamped with eateries rather than clothing boutiques as is very popular around this town's center.

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Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA) has announced plans to open a new facility in Hendersonville in September at 501 Saundersville Rd.  It will cover 23,000 sq. ft.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/sumner/hendersonville/2019/01/07/tennessee-orthopaedic-alliance-move-hendersonville/2505586002/

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The site of Johnny Cash's lakefront home in Hendersonville, as well as the ranch house he built for his mother across the street are up for sale at $3.95 million.   The famous 14,000 sq. ft. log house was destroyed by fire in 2007, but 4.5 acre site is beautiful waterside property. Mama Cash's house has been nicely remodeled (I toured it about 4 years ago).  Got to spend a few minutes alone in the small bedroom where Johnny passed away.  One of his favorite acoustic guitars was leaning in the corner. Humbling.

https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/homes/2019/01/25/new-appraisal-johnny-cash-estate-listed-3-95-million/2683409002/

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A plan for 48 townhomes and two commercial lots has been submitted in Mt. Juliet for the Cedar Creek Sports Center site that is a landmark on Lebanon Road.

The Cedar Creek Sports Center is known for its putt-putt golf, driving range, batting cages, go-karts and other offerings on the north side of the city.

The plan will need approval on a land use amendment and rezoning to move forward, according to planning officials.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2019/02/04/mt-juliets-cedar-creek-sports-center-redevelopment/2767555002/

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

A plan for 48 townhomes and two commercial lots has been submitted in Mt. Juliet for the Cedar Creek Sports Center site that is a landmark on Lebanon Road.

The Cedar Creek Sports Center is known for its putt-putt golf, driving range, batting cages, go-karts and other offerings on the north side of the city.

The plan will need approval on a land use amendment and rezoning to move forward, according to planning officials.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2019/02/04/mt-juliets-cedar-creek-sports-center-redevelopment/2767555002/

That ticks me off to no end.  That place is a lot of fun, a great place to take the kids, and won't break the bank.  It's one of the few things of the like which remain in Mt. Juliet.  The roller rink was taken from us years ago, and now this?  For more townhomes?  There's so much empty land to build on!

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7 hours ago, markhollin said:

The Streets of Indian Lake shopping plaza in Hendersonville is getting a massive $2.5 million renovation that will include an outdoor music venue and picnic area.

The renovation project is expected to be completed in early May. The mall's owners, U.S. Properties Group, said in a press release that they will be building a large high-tech staging area, with a grassy hillside designed for lounging.

 

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Why didn't any of the Big 3 ( Belk Dillard's or Macy's) move in out there?  A great alternative to Rivergate...

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Plans are moving forward for a 1,327 house development called The Meadows in Gallatin to be presented at the city's Planning Commission on Feb. 28. The site is a 386 acre farm that sits in the Gallatin Planning Region.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/sumner/gallatin/2019/02/08/meadows-development-could-bring-1-327-homes-gallatin/2791625002/


Also, a 290 apartment complex is planned on 78 acres in Lebanon near Hwy. 70 and State Route 109 in Spence Creek neighborhood.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2019/02/15/lebanon-tn-apartments-planned-highway-70/2871632002/
 

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Stratford Station, a 221 single-family home development is being planned for Lebanon on 50 acres just off Hwy. 70 and Horn Springs Rd. It would be near the Music City Star train station.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2019/02/14/stratford-station-home-development-north-lebanon-highway-70/2864316002/

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

Legends Drive extension (including a bridge and roundabout) is complete and open.

More at The Tennessean here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2019/02/28/lebanon-legends-drive-extension-economic-development/3009041002/

 

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I can't wait to see how these Lebanon folks will handle another one of them roundabout thangs! (They already have one on the town square)

A bit of local knowledge: The road mentioned in the article, Tater Peeler Road, was named so because legend says the road was so bumpy that if you had a wagon full of taters, they'd all be peeled by the time you got into town. 

Edited by NashvilleObserver
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I'm in Lebanon today...I should have gone to Demos' for lunch...maybe I would have noticed that it's open.  Well...no...never Demos'!

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