Behavioral health care provider Centerstone broke ground Monday on an outpatient treatment facility that will serve children, adults and seniors. The building, Centerstone’s first new construction in Metro, will rise at White and Craighead avenues, just around the corner from Jaguar Porsche Audi of Nashville, in the Berry Hill area.
Orion Building is handling the construction of the 18,090-square-foot facility, which was designed by local architect Brian Smallwood of InForm Smallwood + Nickle. (The renderings here are courtesy of that firm.) The center will be home to dual specialty clinics — one for children and families, the other for adults and older adults — as well as 37 clinician offices and room for future growth.