Historic Bluefields

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  • Next NDOT Traffic Calming Meeting - May 29, 2024

    Upcoming Meeting with Councilman Jeff Gregg and NDOT Director Diana Alarcon
    Wednesday May 29th, 2024 at 6PM

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  • Neighborhood Picnic

    We had a blast at our Neighborhood Picnic in July. Thanks to our hosts and organizers! Thank you all once again for your participation in the Association and being such wonderful neighbors. Here are a few updates...


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  • Common Area in Bluefields

    One of the most attractve and charming characteristics of Bluefields is the common areas found throughtout the neighborhood...

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  • All Aboard Bluefields!

    One of the newest and most exciting gateway areas to Donelson is the Donelson Train Station which has seen significant ridership growth in the last few years ranging from 15% to 45% annual increases.

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  • Revitalization on Bluefield Ave

    In 2014 the Smart Growth Committee commenced the revitalization of common areas on Bluefield Avenue which combined with a road repavement have grealy improved the experience...

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  • Out To The Suburbs

    Although there had been "additions" to the city, Davidson County's development had followed the traditional pattern of villages at the crossroads — a store, a church, a schoolhouse, a post office...

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About Us

The development of the Bluefields subdivision began in 1929 by the Bransford Realty Company of Nashville, Tennessee. Home construction began in the early 1930's, with fifty to sixty homes built by the Bransford Realty Company by the end of 1938...

Historic Preservation

With the Bluefields neighborhood reaching the ripe old age of 85 in 2014 (and fast approaching its first century), combined with Bluefield's Architecture, history and recent revitalization it became obvious during negotations with local, state & fedaral...

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