Regent Homes is ready to move forward on construction of its 2151 Building in Hillsboro Village following unanimous Metro Board of Zoning Appeals approval Thursday afternoon.
The four-story structure will offer 16 luxury two-bedroom, two-bath condominiums with a flex room. The units will cover 1,500 square feet. The 2151 Building will replace a non-descript 1960s-era apartment building that was recently razed.
“We have to complete the construction plans but hope to be under construction by June,” said David McGowan, Regent Homes president.
To be located at the southeast corner of the Acklen and 24th avenues T-intersection in the Hillsboro-West End district, 2151 will have a façade that will address 24th. No parking will be visible from the street.
Designed by Smith Gee Studio LLC, the building will feature an exterior of cut stone, two tones of brick and metal railings. The interiors will offer traditional finishes such as nine-foot ceilings, double crown molding, hardwood floors, granite countertops, garden tubs and separate showers in the master baths. Each condominium will have a reserved parking space and the building will have control access with elevator to the upper levels. Units will be priced from the upper $300’s to the low-$400s.
“We are offering luxury and convenient living in midtown Nashville,” McGowan said.
Regent Homes last undertook urban infill development within Nashville’s core in the late 2000s with the Ruby May and Artie Lee buildings, both located in West End Park.