• Feeling For | Nashville, New and Improved

    With a glut of new restaurant and retail openings this fall, Nashville seems ready to become the next hipster enclave of the South. Via the NY Times, By KATIE CHANG, SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 Nashville has spent the past few years slowly cultivating a more hipster-friendly identity, not unlike that of Austin, Tex., its spiritual compadre to the [...]

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  • Is Fort Houston Nashville’s Newest “It” Place?

    Posted by Amy from Style Blueprint in July 2013 Today, local artist Anna Marchetti fills us in on a fascinating new collaborative space here in Nashville. Anna: Whether you are are someone who wants to dabble in woodworking or printmaking, needs access to a dark room or a work table, or simply wants to take [...]

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  • June 2013

    It is finally summer, and the housing market continues to heat up despite interest rates creeping higher. Homes in Nashville are selling quickly, it is really a Seller’s market. Nashville seems to still be attracting a lot of folks from California and New York as a great place to start something new or expand a [...]

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  • 10 Great places to eat

    Nashville in 10 Plates from Food and Wine January 2012 These restaurants were chosen by Nashville’s Catbird Seat Chef Eric Anderson: 1.Hattie’s B’s Hot Chicken 2. City House 3.InterAsian Market and Deli - 2160 Nolensville Road 4.Coffee, Lunch – 300a 10th Ave South 5.Lockeland Table - 1520 Woodland Street 6.Crema Coffee Shop - 15 Hermitage Ave 7. Otaku [...]

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  • A Seller’s Market

    Homes are selling very quickly these days, we have seen several multiple offer situations in the office. It seems to be a Seller’s market if a home is priced well, in a good location and in good shape. But, Buyer’s do well also because of the low interest rates. Plenty of new construction in East [...]

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