Just four months after opening, Rolling Mill Hill's work force housing development is fully leased.
All 109 units at Nance Place are now occupied after a May opening.
“Nance Place provides affordable downtown living in an attractive and upscale package,” Bill Freeman, chairman of Freeman Webb, which developed the project in partnership with MDHA, said in a release. “Our involvement in Nance Place, which offers sustainable features unprecedented in this type of project, reinforces Freeman Webb’s ongoing commitment to green buildings. We applaud MDHA’s exceptional work in transforming Rolling Mill Hill, and it’s a privilege to be involved in a project that sets an example for environmentally-friendly urban development.”
The developers are seeking Gold LEED certification for the building.
“Nance Place is another step in the total transformation of Rolling Mill Hill from a former brownfield site into a vibrant, mixed-use, mixed-income neighborhood for working Nashvillians,” said Phil Ryan, executive director of MDHA. “With convenient access to transit, Hermitage Avenue and a new greenway trail, Rolling Mill Hill offers an affordable option for people who want to live downtown.”