Nashville-based Smyrna Ready Mix Concrete officials want 16.5 acres of Ashland City Highway-area property the company owns rezoned to allow construction of a concrete batch plant, The Tennessean reports.
The concrete contractor expects to spend about $2 million to build what would be its 24th plant in Tennessee, according to the morning daily.
Jeff Hollingshead, SRMC CEO, told The Tennessean a new plant would allow the company to more effectively service customers located in and near Nashville's urban core.
The site is located in northwest Davidson County.
Nashville-based Bell & Associates Construction has hired Glenn Moreland as preconstruction manager.
Moreland will be responsible for bidding on and negotiating jobs. He has worked in the construction industry for 29 years in preconstruction services, operations management, project direction and business development.
Relatedly, Elizabeth Goodwin has been promoted from marketing coordinator to business development manager.
Goodwin graduated from Vanderbilt University with a master‘s degree in civil engineering with a concentration in construction management.
Rachael Lezon has been promoted from front desk administration to marketing coordinator. Lezon recently graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Master of Business Administration degree.
Nashville-based Greenline Partners is planning a mixed-use building with commercial and residential space for the East Nashville property home to Iglesia de Dios Hispana de Nashville, The Tennessean reports.
Greenline Partners has the property under contract, as previously reported by the morning daily. The site is located near the northwest corner of the intersection of Gallatin Road and East Trinity Lane.
In addition to development, Greenline serves as a business incubation company.
The Music Row building home to RCA Studio A has been listed on National Register of Historic Places, The Tennessean reports.
The listing was finalized July 21 and announced today, according to the morning daily.
Located on 17th Avenue South, the building (see here courtesy of Google Maps) faced the wrecking ball before an investor group acquired it. The possible loss of the modernist structure and its iconic studio helped spur debate regarding Music Row’s future.
Ben Folds, the Nashville-based pianist/lyricist/vocalist known for his quirky style, led the drive to spare the brick structure and its landmark studio from demolition.
Nate Rau has more here.
Work continues at the ground-level retail space of MarketStreet's Gulch Crossing, with a permit pulled for work to prep for Potbelly Sandwich Shop.
Potbelly Corp., the parent company, is a publicly traded restaurant chain based in Chicago. The company has almost 300 locations and recorded about $325 million in revenue in 2014.
Nashville-based DWC Construction Co. is handling the work at the Gulch-based mixed-use building, with the permit valued at $240,000.
The address for the eatery will be 220 11th Ave. S.
Morgan Park Place West in Germantown is slated for eight more residences to be located between Fourth Avenue on the east and Fifth Avenue on the west.
Martin Construction Co. is overseeing the work, according to a Metro Codes document.
The work will consist of two buildings, each with three residences, and one building with two residences. The document does not detail the specific sites for the three buildings but Van Buren Street is the micro-development's key street. (Morgan Park Place East runs along Van Buren's north side between Third Avenue on the east and Fourth on the west.)
See the site here courtesy of Google Maps.
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