Work Ramps Up On An ‘Anchor Park’ For Antioch To Call Its Own
Metro government has a master plan to create a 'regional anchor park' for a part of Davidson county that has often felt neglected.
650 acres of former farmland and forests off I-24 in Southeast Davidson County were purchased for approximately 15 million dollars. The land will be transformed into the city's newest park as part of a project to provide green-spaces to areas that are park-poor.
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