The Buckingham Cos. Aertson Midtown project now underway at the high-profile point at which 21st Avenue, Division Street and Broadway converge promises to loom large on many levels (height, massing, street defintion, pedestrian generation, etc.). This nifty video (view here), courtesy of Buckingham and Crain Construction (the Nashville-based general contractor overseeing the building process for the project), provides an idea of the project's scope.
Buckingham Companies has secured a permit for work on its Aertson Midtown development.
Crain Construction is serving as general contractor for the mixed-use project, with the permit valued at $71.7 million.
Read more here.
Demolition is slated to begin at about noon today at the Midtown site on which Buckingham Companies' massive mixed-used project will be undertaken.
Earlier this month, Indianapolis-based Buckingham secured six permits, valued at $110,400, for the demo work. The four structures to be razed include the vintage masonry building last home to Ken's Sushi.
Crain Construction Inc. is the general contractor for the project (read more here), the site for which is located at the intersection of 21st Avenue, Broadway and Division Street.
Indiana-based Buckingham Cos. has secured six permits for its Midtown-based mixed-used project for which groundbreaking looms. The development, to feature retail and residential space and a hotel, will be located at the point at which 21st Avenue, Broadway and Division Street converge.
Crain Construction will serve as general contractor for the project, with the six permits valued collectively at $110,400.
The start of the project has been delayed by more than a year. Relatedly, Buckingham Cos. recently unveiled a rendering (see below) that shows the building with a much different form compared to the previous iteration.
Read more about the project here (and see the earlier image).
Gallatin-based real estate investment firm Green & Little LP has secured a permit related to its project planned for a light industrial site located at 2926 Kraft Drive east of Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks. The permit is valued at $1.3 million, with Crain Construction to serve as general contractor.
Crain Construction employees ceremonially broke ground Wednesday on the new Charlotte Avenue home of Climb Nashville, which will rise on a previously vacant lot between used-car dealerships.
The 17,000-square-foot building at 3600 Charlotte Ave. is expected to be completed by next May and will take the place of Climb Nashville’s facility half a mile south on Redmon Street. (It shares that building with the Nashville Ballet.) It will be 50 percent bigger than the current facility and feature a 50-foot climbing wall, dedicated yoga and fitness rooms and a locker room.
Ten-year-old Climb Nashville, which has more than 1,000 members, called on STG Design to draw up its new home.
“Climb Nashville is committed to improving the health and well-being of the Nashville community,” said Lance Brock, co-owner of Climb Nashville. “We chose the Charlotte Avenue location because we like the neighborhood, it’s close to the 28th Avenue Connector, and it’s on the bike and bus routes, which is important to our membership.”
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