A local developer is targeting The Gulch for a small-scale mixed-use project to be located at 1000 Division Street between condominium tower Icon and the building home to Yazoo Brewing Co.
Mainland Urban Development, which will serve as the developer for the project, recently received state approval for its request to officially organize. Chris Raybeck, an attorney with Bone McAllester Norton, is listed on a document as the company “organizer.”
Metro records show Michael G. Lindseth Jr. owns the .31-acre site (seen here in an image courtesy of Google Maps). Lindseth is a senior vice president at Pinnacle Financial Partners.
Neither Lindseth nor Raybeck could not be reached for comment. But a spokesperson on behalf of the developer said the project will include ground-level retail with residential space above. In addition, the project will have designated parking.
The spokesperson said DA|AD is serving as the lead architect, while Southland Constructors will be the general contractor. Both are Nashville based.
In 2008, NextGen LLC targeted the site for what would have been an environmentally sensitive infill building. That project failed to materialize.
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