A new Charlotte Park project on the edge of The Nations, called 2AVES, is now underway.
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Charlotte Park project underway

A new Charlotte Park project on the edge of The Nations, called 2AVES, is now underway.

(Originally written by Staff Reports at Nashville Post).

Chicago-based Red Seal Homes announced this week site work is underway related to a townhome project in Charlotte Park, its first development in Nashville. Called 2AVES, the residences will be located at Vernon and James avenues just west of The Nations. According to a release, 2AVES will offer 58 two- and three-bedroom, semi-custom townhomes that can be finished according to buyers’ preferences.

The townhomes (pictured) will be priced starting at $315,000 and span 1,350 to 2,050 square feet with a choice of six floor plans. Each home will have an attached two-car garage.

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Sales for 2AVES will begin in August, with move-ins anticipated for March 2019.

Nashville-based Centric Architect is handling design. “Over the past few years, we’ve realized the significant growth of the Nashville market and see a prime opportunity to fill an offering gap in Music City real estate,” Todd Fishbein, third-generation owner at Red Seal Homes, said in the release. “We’re bringing a service to the table not currently available in Nashville — the ability for buyers in our price point to put their own unique stamps on their new homes. Built with quality and efficiency in mind, rather than speed, our homes are made to last generations and mold to needs across the board — just as our company has.”

Todd Fishbein, 3rd Generation Owner at Red Seal Homes

“We’re bringing a service to the table not currently available in Nashville — the ability for buyers in our price point to put their own unique stamps on their new homes. Built with quality and efficiency in mind, rather than speed, our homes are made to last generations and mold to needs across the board — just as our company has.” —Todd Fishbein

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