Nashville neighbors still oppose Habitat development, nation’s largest

A project intended to create affordable housing in northeast Nashville continues to be met with opposition from its neighbors.

The first six homes and two parks in Park Preserve, a Habitat for Humanity project near Brick Church Pike, are complete.

Residents have moved in, and the organization is making plans for the next phase. Habitat plans to build about 350 homes over the next 10 years, making it the largest single Habitat for Humanity project in the country.

Concerned Neighbors of Nashville, a group of residents who live near the 230-acre site have repeatedly lost their bids to stop the development.

Read remainder of the story at Tennessean

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About Bob Voelker

Head of the Munsch Hardt (Dallas law firm) Hospitality & Mixed Use Development Group, and former developer of affordable housing. I'm i
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