Ohio-based development company Lifestyle Communities has paid $8.8 million for a 4.77-acre Germantown site, according to Metro documents.
LC is planning a massive apartment project for the site (see here courtesy of Google Maps), the address for which is 1226 Second Ave. N. The development, an image for which has yet to be released, would feature a new road slicing through the interior of a site with four structures, yielding a distinctive form and function (read more here..
McRedmond Partners LLC was the seller.
The Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Review Committee today voted to approve projects in SoBro and Germantown, among others.
The committee OK’d the conceptual plan for a Germantown residential project to be called Gramercy (pictured here). The approval is pending Metro Historical Commission OK-ing of various exterior elements.
Gramercy would be located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Monroe Street and Seventh Avenue North (see here courtesy of Google Maps).
The site is located within MDHA’s Phillips Jackson Redevelopment District and, as such, committee approval was needed for the concept plan. The Metro Planning Commission also will need to approve.
Nashville-based rootARCH is serving as architect for developer Hidden Valley Homes of Brentwood. (Read more here about the project.)
In addition, the MDHA committee approved the concept plan for a surface parking lot Nashville-based Premier Parking is targeting for the western portion of the Music City Center Roundabout.
With an address of 417 Eighth Ave S. in SoBro (see here courtesy of Google Maps), the parking lot would offer a distinctive shape and vehicular space configuration, robust landscaping and extensive metal fencing.
Premier, which is led by CEO Ryan Chapman is targeting a 42-space lot. A previous iteration, which the MDHA committee did not approve, offered 44.
Fulmer Engineering is involved in the project.
The site is located within MDHA’s Arts Center Redevelopment District and, as such, committee approval was needed for the concept plan. The Metro Planning Commission also will need to approve. Read more here.
In other action, the committee approved the plan related to a rooftop deck for a SoBro building located at 114 Second Ave. S. (see here courtesy of Google Maps).
(Image courtesy of Hidden Valley Homes and rootARCH.)
A permit has been issued to allow removal of a portion of the concrete parking deck of Germantown's The Square at Fourth and Madison, a mixed-use building former Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Michael Roos developed.
According to the Metro Codes Department document, Demo Plus will handle the work. The permit is valued at $31,850.
Of note, the building is recognized, in part, for a rooftop basketball court.
Morgan Park Place West in Germantown is slated for eight more residences to be located between Fourth Avenue on the east and Fifth Avenue on the west.
Martin Construction Co. is overseeing the work, according to a Metro Codes document.
The work will consist of two buildings, each with three residences, and one building with two residences. The document does not detail the specific sites for the three buildings but Van Buren Street is the micro-development's key street. (Morgan Park Place East runs along Van Buren's north side between Third Avenue on the east and Fourth on the west.)
See the site here courtesy of Google Maps.
A trio of Nashville-based developers has unveiled redevelopment plans and is targeting a late-summer start for the historic John Geist property located on Jefferson Street between Third and Fourth avenues, one block north of First Tennessee Park on the southern fringe of Germantown.
As first reported by Nashville Business Journal, local restaurateur Miranda Whitcomb Pontes is targeting the Geist building for a new concept, full details of which have yet to be disclosed.
Ronnie Wenzler, DTZ senior manager, and Tom Gibson and Allen Arender, both of Holladay Properties, own the site. The trio (which acquire the property for $750,000 in 2014) redeveloped a vacant warehouse located adjacent to (and to the east of) the Geist site. That structure is now called the BowTruss Building.
Arender, Gibson and Wenzler have tapped Berry Hill-based D|AAD to reinvent the building (sometimes called The Forge given it was used for blacksmithing) with a new structure to its west and an outdoor space to its east. Nick Dryden, D|AAD founder, will oversee that effort.
Allen said Whitcomb Pontes will take the approximately 2,000 square feet in the historic North Nashville building (see here courtesy of Google Maps), with the team seeking a second restaurant operator for a new building that will span 3,500 square feet.
As to the design of the future new building, Arrender (pictured) said the team wants a blend of contrast and cohesion. A historic replica will not be attempted.
“It will not be an attempt to match the building that exists on site but [rather] complement the existing building,” he said, adding that the primary exterior material will be brick.
Given the site sits within the Metro Development and Housing Agency’s Phillips Jackson Redevelopment District, the agency’s design review
Whitcomb Pontes told NBJ she is hoping to open her restaurant by late spring 2016.
(Image courtesy of D|AAD)
Brentwood-based Grove Park Land Co. has released an updated image for its residential project targeted for Germantown as it preps to go before the Metro Planning Commission on Thursday, June 25, to request a specific plan mixed-use zoning.
As now proposed, the five-story building would offer 101 apartments (it had been 95). It will be located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Third Avenue North and Madison Street (see the site here courtesy of Google Maps).
Grove Park will co-develop the site with Charlotte, North Carolina-based Delray Ventures.
Charlotte-based Cline Design is serving as architect, with Brentwood-based b3studio providing design consulting. T-Square Engineering Inc., which is also based in Brentwood, is handling land-use planning and civil engineering duties.
Grove Park officials could not be reached for comment.
Read more about the project here.
(Images courtesy of Grove Park, Delray and Cline)
The owners of Germantown-based Bearded Iris Brewing Co. have landed a permit for interior renovations to the building from which they will operate, according to a Metro Codes Department document.
The Carter Group will handle the work, with the permit valued at $140,000.
The building is located at 101 Van Buren St., with Bearded Iris to be the fast-changing mixed-use district’s first micro brewery.
Nashville-based Hattie B's Hot Chicken is targeting a Germantown location, The Tennessean reports.
According to the morning daily, father and son owners Nick Bishop Sr. and Nick Bishop Jr. will operate what will be their third local eatery from a proposed mixed-use development to be located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Rosa L. Parks Boulevard and Monroe Street. In addition to restaurant and retail space, the building will include three stories of apartments.
The Bishops are hoping to open in late 2016 or early 2017, The Tennessean reports.
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