Permit Patrol: 19 May 2014

Work at Opus 29, Barista Parlor on the way, 1515 Demonbreun to go vertical, and more...

Next up on Rolling Mill Hill

R.C. Mathews has pulled a $38 million permit for the next phase of work on Rolling Mill Hill: 344,804 square feet to include 212,000 square feet of apartments, 12,585 of commercial and a 119,000-square-foot parking garage.

And next up on Demonbreun

The 1515 Demonbreun project gets official with a $39 million permit from J.E. Dunn to build 431 apartment units, 6,000 square feet of ground-level retail and a 600-space parking lot.

Marathon area distillery

Nelson's Green Brier Distillery will open at 1414 Clinton St. after $294,000 in work from Tandem.

More coffee in the gulch

A building at 609 Mansion in The Gulch will be converted to a Barista Parlor coffee shop and restaurant with on-site coffee roasting. Carter Group has the $493,000 contract.

What will MBA do in response?

Phipps has the contract for two projects for Ensworth: one at the school's Highway 100 campus (a $350,000 renovation of the reception and waiting areas) and a $160,000 lobby rehab at the campus on Ensworth Place.

Tractor Supply on Nolensville

W.R. Newman will rehab 32,068 square feet in a former Food Lion on Nolensville Road to some end for Tractor Supply (the permit says the use is for "Tractor Supply Planogram Co."). It's a $560,000 job.

29th Avenue Apartments underway

Seven permits totaling more than $21 million were pulled by Cambridge Swinerton for Opus 29, 110 one-bedroom unit and 29 two-bedroom apartment building under construction at 301 29th Ave N.