Phoenix-based developer Alliance Residential Co. will request from Metro a height variance for its five-story 275-unit apartment building planned for Germantown.
Specifically, Alliance will ask the Metro Planning Commission to amend the Stadium Lofts Specific Plan to allow a maximum height of 85 feet, instead of the 75 feet that was previously approved. The commission will vote on the matter Thursday, July 24.
Alliance wants to develop within the block bordered by Second and Third avenues on the east and west, respectively, and Madison and Jefferson streets on the north and south respectively. The building, to sit on 2.6 acres and to be called Broadstone Germantown, will represent Alliance’s first project in Nashville.
“We would like to add a sky deck to our project, which would exceed the maximum height of 75 feet as allowed under the existing zoning,” said Bob Weston (pictured), Alliance managing director.
“Therefore, we are going back through the process to [ask that Metro] amend the language to allow us t