The Metro Development and Housing Agency has landed a permit related to is Cayce Place Apartments now underway in the agency’s James A. Cayce Place property in East Nashville.
R.G. Anderson is handling the general contractor role, with the permit valued at about $6.5 million.
The building will rise four floors and offer 70 apartment units. It will be located at the southeast corner of the intersection of South Fifth Street and Summer Place. The $11 million building is expected to open in 2017.
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The team planning a project for the 900 block of Woodland Street in East Nashville will present today conceptual designs before the Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Review Committee.
McGavock Pike Partners owns the property, which is located at 901 Woodland St. (see here courtesy of Google Maps). Officials with the project could not be reached for comment. But a source with knowledge of the effort, and who asked to go unnamed, said a mixed-use building is targeted.
The source said the developers are working on detailed designs.
The property is located within MDHA’s Five Points Redevelopment District. As such, the committee will need to approve the exterior design of any new or adaptively reused building.
The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency is looking at undertaking some projects on Rolling Mill Hill, Nashville Business Journal reports.
The agency is targeting up to nine acres of land adjacent to the Trolley Barns and in the shadows of the various residential buildings that sit to the south of the site.
The land that could be developed includes either or both of the parking lots located to the west of the Trolley Barns (a combined 7.3 acres) and empty space located at the base of Hermitage Avenue to the west of the building home to the city’s district energy system, according to NBJ.
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