Charlotte, N.C.-based apartment developer Proffitt Dixon Partners has landed a permit for foundation work at Fountains at Germantown, now under construction in the North Nashville district from which the project takes its name.
Doster Construction Co. is handling the work, with the permit valued at approximately $1.84 million.
Located at 1407 Third Ave. N., the site is adjacent to the parcel home to Butchertown Hall
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The Metro Council has voted to approve a rezoning of North Nashville land on which Topgolf International Inc. plans an entertainment complex on the Cumberland River's East Bank, The Tennessean reports.
The 22.7-acre site sits near the northwest corner of the intersection of Cowan and Jefferson streets. Across the river and west of the site is Germantown.
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The Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Review Committee approved today a conceptual site plan for a Germantown project that will incorporate the historic Elliott School building.
Nashville-based The Mainland Cos. envisions adaptively reusing the historic building and constructing two new buildings on what currently are surface parking lots that span the north side of Madison Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues. The project, which could offer 90 condominiums and/or apartments, has yet to be officially named.
Both new buildings could offer ground-level retail and restaurant businesses. Parking would be below grade.
Current historic design guidelines allow for structures of up to three stories fronting Madison and two stories along Sixth and Seventh.
"We are glad we made it through the first stage and look forward to the next step,” Mainland spokesperson Jim Cheney said. “We look forward to working closely with the city of Nashville and the Germantown community to define a great project.
Mainland has hired Nashville-based Manuel Zeitlin Architects to handle design duties.
“Our design would be in keeping with the massing, setbacks, scale and proportions of the neighborhood, Cheney added.
Mainland is under contract to buy the property from Centerstone (read more here). The due diligence period will end in June.
(Image courtesy of Mainland and MZA)
The Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Review Committee today approved conceptual plans related to projects planned for both Rutledge Hill and Germantown.
The committee is asking the developer of the proposed mixed-use City Lights Nashville (Rutledge Hill) to modify the building’s rooftop amenities deck. Read more about the project here.
The committee also gave the go-head for Grove Park’s mixed-use project planned for the northeast corner of the intersection of Madison Street and Third Avenue North in Germantown. Read more about the project here.
Both projects would sit within MDHA redevelopment districts and, as such, needed committee approval related to their respective exterior forms and functions.
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