Nashville-based Stonehenge Real Estate Group, expects to next week demolish six buildings located one block west of Centennial Park to prepare for the development of Opus 29, a 139-unit apartment building.
With its main entrance to front the northwest corner of the 29th and Burch avenues intersection, Opus 29 will stand five stories and feature a neo-traditional exterior design. The building will offer studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Vehicular access will be via Burch. (The below image courtesy of Google Maps shows the intersection.)
Stonehenge officials could not be reached for comment, but a source close to the project said the building should be completed in March 2015. The first residents could move in by late 2014.
Richmond, Va.-based Poole and Poole Architecture will serve as architect. The company has designed other Nashville apartment buildings for Stonehenge, including 23Hundred at Berry Hill. Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon is handling civil engineering work, with the remainder of the team to comprise other locally based companies, the source said.
The building will be constructed on what had been seven parcels, six of which have structures to be razed.