A Metro Planning Commission vote on the rezoning of Music Row property slated for a 135-unit apartment building has been deferred until Thursday, Feb. 12.
The commission was to have voted this Thursday, with developers Gary Belz and Brad Daniel seeking specific plan zoning. Belz is owner and founder of Berry Hill-based House of Blues Studio and a member of the Memphis family known for its work with shopping malls and the Peabody Hotel. Daniel is a real estate investor and a developer of health care properties.
If built, the apartment building would front 16th Avenue, with its back adjacent to some properties in the popular Edgehill Village. Four buildings, including a 13-unit vintage masonry apartment house, would be razed to accommodate the structure, for which a rendering has yet to be released or an architect named.
Read more about the project here.
Live Nation will move its local office from Music Row to offices in Edgehill Village, Nashville Business Journal reports. The concert and live entertainment company has signed a lease for 9,500 square feet of office space in the building anchored by Edgehill Cafe (see here in an image courtesy of Google Maps), according to Rob Lowe, a Nashville-based Cassidy Turley broker and member of the investor group that owns Edgehill Village, according to NBJ. Read more here.
Edgehill Village will soon boast another quirky and cosmopolitan shop, as Legato Gelato is slated to open June 15. Owner Terri-Ann Nicholls, who was born in Jamaica, brings a resume that includes stints as an asset manager for Time Equities Inc. and as a senior financial analyst for ING Clarion Partners, both located in New York City. Legato Gelato will offer handcrafted gelato and sorbetto, as well as various coffee drinks and baked goods. Read more here.
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