Charlotte-based developer Proffitt Dixon Partners has landed a permit related to the demolition of existing buildings on the North Nashville site on which is plans an apartment building to be called Fountains at Germantown.
Herbert & Sons Roofing and Sheet Metal Co. most recently operated from the site and recently sold to Proffitt Dixon. The latter paid $4.5 million for the 2.4-acre property, which is located at 1407 Third Ave. N.
Environmental Abatement Inc. will handle the work, with the permit valued at $84,000.
Read more about the project here.
Phoenix-based Alliance Residential Co. has landed 18 permits for its six-story Broadstone Germantown building under construction within the fast-changing North Nashville district, according to Metro Codes Department documents.
Alliance Multifamily Builders LLC is handling general contractor duties. The site is located at 1100 Third Ave. N.
Read more about the project (for which a rendering has yet to be released) here.
The team behind the Jack Brown’s Beer and Burger Joint planned for Germantown are targeting an end-of-April opening.
Ian Revereza, who is serving as managing partner for the new business, said full-scale rehab work recently began on the building (see here in an image courtesy of Google Maps). The building is located near the southwest corner of teh intersection of Third Avenue North and Madison Street.
Freeman Applegate Partners (Bob Freeman) is the general contractor for the project, a price tag for which the Virginia-based Jack Brown's is not disclosing.
“We’re very excited to start on-site construction work and to be part of Germantown," Revereza said. "We look forward to opening in early spring."
Relatedly, Patty Chambers, affiliate broker with Nashville-based Stevens Group Commercial Real Estate, is the leasing agent and property manager for the property and last week finalized the last retail leases for The Square at Fourth and Madison (read more here).
Entertainment and event venue company TopGolf International Inc. is looking to open a Nashville location.
The Dallas-based company is currently negotiating for a site located east of Germantown between the Cumberland River and the inner-interstate loop, according to The Tennessean. Sequatchie Concrete Service owns the 14-acre property, the address for which is 306 Cowan St.. (See the general area here in an image courtesy of Google Maps, with the site located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Cowan and Jefferson Street.)
Nashville Business Journal first reported TopGolf was eyeing Nashville for a location.
TopGolf operates technology-driven driving ranges and entertainment complexes. The company operates, or is planning to open, 21 locations in 10 states.
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