Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Tennessean Piece Shoots Even More Holes In The Myth That Metro Residents Are Moving To Outlying Communities

Tennessean reporter Megan Moriarty (who also wrote several articles on Salemtown a few years ago at the Nashville City Paper) writes in today's edition:
As the trend to live near downtown continues, local realty agents think people wanting more bang for their buck will rush to Charlotte Park [emphasis mine].
That's more confirmation that demand to live in Metro Nashville and to live proximate to Downtown is high, despite the "sky-is-falling-on-Nashville" fulminations of conservative bloggers and those who intend to "Save Nashville" from further progress.

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