Harpeth Shoals Marina to Launch This Weekend

Public Invited to Attend Grand Opening Event

Published online: Mar 21, 2007 News
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The highly anticipated Harpeth Shoals Marina on Cheatham Lake opens to the public on Saturday, March 24.  The developers of the marina and The Braxton Condominiums will welcome mid-state residents and boating enthusiasts for a grand opening event to celebrate the completion of the marina and to launch the final sales phase of The Braxton Condominiums.


"Everyone who comes out to the event on Saturday will see what an amazing development this is," said John Rankin, developer of Harpeth Shoals Marina and The Braxton Condominiums.  "Saturday not only marks the opening of Harpeth Shoals Marina, but also the beginning of the final sales phase for The Braxton Condominiums. We welcome everyone to join us as we celebrate these exciting milestones on Saturday."


The grand opening event will begin at 4:00 pm and will include food, beverages, live music, cruises and tours of the marina and The Braxton Condominiums.


The 10-acre marina includes 161 boat slips, fuel dock, public launch, transient moorage and a Dockmaster quarters.  The Dockmaster quarters will immediately serve as the new sales office for Harpeth Shoals Marina and The Braxton Condominiums and will also provide fuel services, docking and other nautical needs and boating accessories for marina patrons. 


Saturday's event also marks the launch of the final sales phase for The Braxton Condominiums, which has generated significant interest from buyers all over the country.  Eighty-six of the 136 units at The Braxton were under contract by the end of the initial sales phase in September 2006, leaving just 50 units to be sold during the final phase.  Buyers have paid 10% of the total cost for units ranging in price from $450,000 to $1.2 million representing $43 million in total value. 


The $75 million, 28-acre Braxton Condominiums at Harpeth Shoals Marina feature two 10-story towers overlooking the rolling hills and sheer bluffs that surround Cheatham Lake in Ashland City.  Eight unique floor plans and 8 penthouses range in size from 1,500 to 4,000 square feet, and all include 350 plus square feet of outdoor living space. 


The project will also include The Bridge Restaurant, which will offer waterside dining, take-out for boaters, a lounge and live music.


Harpeth Shoals Marina and The Braxton Condominiums is located at mile marker 157.8 on Cheatham Lake, which encompasses 7,500 acres on the Cumberland River and spans 320 miles of shoreline.  It is well-known for its variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, including world-class fishing, boating, hunting, swimming, picnicking, and hiking.  The waterway is also frequented by travelers and cruisers from around the country.


The Harpeth Shoals Marina sales office is now located onsite in the Dockmaster quarters at 230 Warioto Way, off of the Tennessee Waltz Parkway in Ashland City.  For additional information visit HarpethShoalsMarina.com or call 615.792.7924.

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