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    Germantown Development Transitions Back to Condos | Nashville Real Estate

    Beginning in July, Germantown’s 4th and Monroe development will revert back to condominiums.  In 2010, the existing 25 units were converted into apartments, but as developer Nashten adds 13 units to be completed in June, they will revert back to condos.

    The new addition consists of eight carriage homes and five townhomes priced from $372,000 to $470,000.  The current units include flats and townhomes from 700 to 1,400 square feet, ranging in price from $185,000 to $450,000.

    The agents for the development, Steve Mabee and Nathan Weinberg of Music City Dwellings Real Estate Group, only recently moved their business to Parks in The Gulch.  4th and Monroe is Parks first condo development in downtown Nashville since the opening of the 12th Avenue South office.

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