The below image (found on the Metro Planning Department website) provides a nice idea for how Proffitt Dixon Partners hopes to position its two-building apartment project planned for Germantown. The Charlotte-based company will go before the Metro Planning Commission on Thursday, April 10, to request a specific plan mixed-use zoning for the 2.4-acre site on which the building would rise. The working name, which will be changed, of the development is Fountains Germantown.
The site, which mainly fronts Third Avenue North between Taylor and Van Buren streets, currently is home to roofing and sheet metal company RD Herbert & Sons Co., which plans to sell to PDP and then move. Of note, the site is adjacent to the parcel on which Butchertown Hall restaurant and beer garden (seen in the upper left corner of the block) will be developed.
Read the details about the project here.