XMi Commercial Real Estate is planning to demolish the West End Avenue building last home to a Church’s Chicken fast food eatery.
Nashville-based XMi, which owns multiple Midtown properties, is attempting to sell the site, which sits at the northwest corner of 19th Avenue North and West End, for redevelopment.
Of note, Renasant Corp. plans to redevelop its site on the northeast corner of the intersection. Read more about that project here. And ground is about to be broken on a mixed-use project one-half block east on West End.
The Metro Planning Commission deferred voting on Buckingham Cos.'s request for a zoning change for its proposed Midtown development.
Buckingham officials had requested the deferral. The commission will now vote on the zoning change on Dec. 13.
Read more about the proposed project here.
Arnold Myint is closing his three-year-old Cha Chah restaurant on Belmont Boulevard but will keep open the space through the winter for some special events. After that, Myint says he will come back with another concept that will include some recognizable features and other new ones.
“For the past three years, my team and I have given it what we could to offer Nashville a great dining experience.” said Myint. “Unfortunately, Cha Chah and Nashville didn’t quite ‘click,’ so it is bittersweet that Cha Chah will be closing its doors.”