Railroad giant CSX will spend $1.5 million to rehab 19,000 square feet at Grassmere Park. The company is placing a dispatch office on the site and the construction is being done by Wycliffe Enterprises Inc.
Brasfield & Gorrie will soon begin the renovation of a portion of the Parkview Building at the Centennial Medical Center. The basement space is for a Cyberknife facility, an image-guided radiosurgery system. The work will cost $1.2 million.
Also at Centennial, the Tenant Building Group has pulled permits for the renovation of 16,000 square feet of space for Tennessee Retina. The work is valued at $700,000.
Sonic Properties pulled permits this week for the interior and exterior renovations of five area locations of the drive-thru restaurant. The five sites are: 2321 Dickerson Pike; 1565 Gallatin Pike; 4352 Lebanon Pike; 2787 Murfreesboro Pike; and 398 Harding Place. The work at each site is valued at $168,500 and J&S Construction Co. is handling the labor.
Retirement community The Blakeford at Green Hills has begun $640,000 worth of renovations. R.C. Mathews is responsible for the construction.
Beazer Homes will soon begin work on five new 1,216-square-foot townhouses in its Villages of Riverwood development. Each structure includes a 245 square foot detached garage. The construction cost for each unit and garage is $126,986.
Construction Enterprises Inc. pulled permits for the construction of a new 6,200-square-foot duplex at 1709 Seventh Ave. N., land owned by Nashville Mission Union Inc. The new building will cost $594,704.
A residential home on 7340 Charlotte Pike is set to be renovated into a Moose Lodge. The construction will cost $353,783 and includes adding a two-story addition to the structure. Specialty Builders is handling the work.
J&K Builders of Nashville took out permits recently for the construction of a 3,200-square-foot combination office and warehouse on 2404 Cruzen St., located near Interstate 440 and Nolensville Pike. The building will house Shacklett Decorating Co. and will cost $233,760.
A space in the North Gate Shopping Center on Clarksville Pike will soon be renovated to make room for Advance Financial. Wellspring Builders Inc. is handling the construction, which will cost $135,000.