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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Oct 23, 2017
Long-gestating plans for a new U.S. courthouse in Nashville will finally come to fruition in spring 2018, the Nashville Post reports. Groundbreaking on the courthouse, which will be named for the late U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson, is planned for spring of next year, with demolition of a remaining building on the site planned for November. The courthouse is expected to cost $194.5 million to build and will sit on a plot of land downtown on Church Street.