Midtown buildings home to Saint Thomas to undergo renovations

Healthcare Realty Trust work targets commons areas, garage, possible expansion
Apr 18, 2014 7:00 AM
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Charlotte Avenue site slated for apartment building

Nashville investor Tamay Ozari has paid $380,000 for a Charlotte Avenue site on which he plans to construct a 32-unit apartment building called 2424 Lofts, according to the Nashville Business Journal.

Ozari hopes to break ground on the lot (seen below in an image courtesy of Google Maps) by year’s end, the NBJ reports.

Vastland Cos. broker Ken Renner represented Ozari in the purchase of the site.

Read the NBJ story here.

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Apr 17, 2014 12:37 PM

Headline Homes: March 2014

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Apr 17, 2014 12:14 PM

Billionaire businessman to build luxury hotel on Music Row

Branson's Virgin Hotels to have 240-room facility at site of former Victorian home
Apr 17, 2014 11:01 AM

Adaptive reuse development slated for East Nashville

Oak Tree seeks to reinvent former Hobson United Methodist Church property
Apr 16, 2014 6:17 PM

19th-century Music Row building demolished

Future of prominent site uncertain
Apr 16, 2014 4:16 PM

Mixed-use development targeted for Germantown

Priam Ventures project to feature new construction, adaptive reuse
Apr 16, 2014 2:55 PM

Haslam signs into law ending forced annexations

Via Sher, the law requires cities annex by consent of a landowner or through referendum votes approved by a majority of the landowners to be annexed.

Apr 16, 2014 2:48 PM

Salemtown's 'No Dog' building to be stabilized

One of Salemtown’s most distinctive buildings is slated to be improved as owner Oak Tree Partners LLC plans to do some interior work to stabilize the aging structure.

Recognized for a “No Dog” sign painted on its façade and located at 1604 Sixth Ave. N. in North Nashville, the building was constructed in 1897.

“We want to clean, stabilize and salvage as many historical elements as possible while we work with the neighbors on transitioning the space,” said K. Clay Haynes, Oak Tree vice president and managing partner.

Oak Tree, a Gallatin-based family-owned boutique development company, has secured from Metro a permit, valued at $1,900, for the work.

“I’ve had a site design for the property and we’ve gone back and forth regarding the building’s future use,” Haynes added.

As to the unusual signage, which has been on the building for at least 10 years, Haynes said with a chuckle, “The sign will remain for the time being. The ‘branding’ has grown on me.”

Oak Tree is using Quirk Designs for architecture work and Dale & Associates for the engineering and land planning effort.

Tim Walker, executive director of the Metro Historical Commission, said he is pleased the building will be improved.

“It is one of the last remaining examples of late 19th century duplexes of this style and form in Davidson County,” Walker said.


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Apr 16, 2014 1:50 PM

Former LifePoint space lands new tenant

Highwoods to lease to unidentified company in Maryland Farms building
Apr 15, 2014 5:41 PM
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