Priam Ventures LLC will open its not-yet-named Germantown commercial building on May 1 and has signed a lease with a restaurant operator for final space in the adaptively reused building.
Brian C. Adams, Priam Ventures principal, declined to disclose the name of the restaurant or its ownership entity. He said the restaurant will offer a “casual neighborhood feel.”
The building, located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Taylor Street and Sixth Avenue North and last home to Centurion Stone, has been gutted and is being given a design overhaul. Adams said Priam is considering a name that pays tribute to Centurion and/or Germantown.
In addition to the restaurant, the other tenants will be The Skillery, a coworking space; Steadfast Coffee; and Pro Vita, a fitness facility.
“We’re going for an adaptive reuse and urban infill approach,” Adams said, adding the building will offer its tenants and their customers a “one-stop shop” for fitness, creativity and eating/drinking.
Pfeffer Torode Architecture has undertaken the design, with Anne Daigh Landscape Architecture handling outdoor work. Both are based in Nashville.
Priam Ventures paid $1.3 million for the property.