H.G. Hill Realty Co. announced today it will begin demolition of the Tennessee Baptist Convention building on Oct. 1 as part of the company's looming mixed-use Hill Center Brentwood development.
North Carolina-based D.H. Griffin will handle the razing, a price tag for which Hill Realty did not disclose in a release.
The demolition is expected to be completed by the first week of December. During the process, there will be no blasting and the concrete will be crushed for alternative uses, according to the release.
Following demolition, project officials will determine a construction timeline to include a blasting schedule based on building locations and rock depths, the release notes. The schedule will be shared with neighboring residents and businesses.
The Brentwood office of Turner Construction Co. will serve as general contractor for the project, which will include a mix of restaurant, retail and Class A office space. Read more here.
David Scharf, the owner of several senior living projects to the south of Nashville, on Thursday submitted an application to build an assisted-living facility on six high-profile acres located at Franklin Road and Wilson Pike Circle in Brentwood. The project is one of several big plans that will soon go before city commissioners; Jonathan Romeo has all the details at Brentwood Homepage.
Los Angeles-based Sky Zone is preparing to open its first Nashville-area indoor trampoline park early next year in part of the former Kroger store in Franklin's Williamson Square. Franchisee Chris Avery has leased about 20,000 square feet and tells Franklin Homepage he is aiming to open his doors in February.
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