There seemingly will be no grocery store on the Melrose site last home to Colonial Bakery and that is being reinvented with a mixed-use project to include retail and residential space, Nashville Business Journal reports.
Previous efforts saw owner Eighth South LLC attempt to lure a grocery operation.
The general site has an address of 2407 Franklin Pike and is located partly in Berry Hill and partly in Nashville.
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The Nashville office of national design consultant Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc., will move to the general Berry Hill/Melrose area from Cummins Station in SoBro, Nashville Business Journal reports.
The firm will take space The Boot Factory, located at 90 Oceanside Drive, according to NBJ. The building is located in South Nashville about five blocks east of Franklin Road and approximately a mile south of the epicenter of the fast-changing Wedgewood-Houston district.
With the addition of K-H, Nashville-based Chas. Hawkins Co. Inc. 80 percent of the 127,000-square-foot building leased, NBJ reports.
Kimley-Horn has multiple offices nationwide, including in Memphis.
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Nashville-based developer The Capital Corp. has landed a permit to begin work on its Melrose retail building, according to a Metro Codes Department document.
The building will span 7,732 square feet and consist of three restaurant spaces and one non-restaurant retail space, according to the permit. Of note, the building will be located partly in Berry Hill and partly in Nashville.
Robert S. Biscan & Co. will serve as the general contractor, with the permit valued at $463,147.
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Nashville-based developer The Capital Corp. has released a rendering for the retail strip center on which it has broken ground in Melrose.
Randall Dover, also Nashville based, is serving as architect for the 7,700-square-foot project, which will be home to three or four retail spaces.
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Alliance Residential Co. is tentatively planning a mixed-use development for the Melrose site last home to a Colonial bakery facility, according to a concept plan the Phoenix-based developer has filed with the Berry Hill Planning Commission.
Alliance has yet to close on the acquisition of the 6.4-acre site from Nashville-based Eighth South LLC and could not be reached for comment regarding when the closing is scheduled.
The site is located at 2407 Franklin Pike and is partially in Berry Hill and partially in Metro.
The concept plan shows a four-story 328-unit apartment complex and a separate building with about 71,000 square feet of retail space, primarily to front Franklin Road. If built as preliminarily proposed, the project would include upwards of 800 parking spaces for both the retail and residential buildings.
Earlier this month, Alliance paid $5.15 million for Germantown site on which it plans a mixed-use development likely to be called Broadstone Germantown. Read more here.
Boston-based investment management firm Eaton Vance Corp. has acquired Gale Lofts in Melrose for $15.4 million, the Nashville Business Journal reports.
Nashville-based Evergreen Real Estate, which developed the 95-unit apartment building that fronts Gale Lane and straddles Interstate 440, was the seller. Steve Massey and Russ Oldham, brokers within the CBRE Nashville office, represented Evergreen in the transaction, according to the NBJ.
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Nashville-based boutique developer Evergreen Real Estate is targeting an October opening for its two-story mixed-use building to accompany the Gale Park neighborhood in Melrose.
The building (seen below) is located on the northeast corner of the Gale Park site and fronts the surface parking lot that services a recently renovated Kroger, among other retailers. It will be home to both retail and office space (including the Evergreen office). For the past approximately three years, the boutique development company has operated from the leasing office in its Germantown Place building fronting Jefferson Street on the city’s north side.
For the project, Parkside Builders has served as the general contractor, with DA|AD as the architect.
“We wanted something cool and that would transition from the Kroger building to the Gale Park houses and pick up some design elements of both,” said Aaron White, Evergreen co-principal with Hunter Connelly. “There was a lot to pull off, and DA|AD nailed it.”
The structure, which remains unnamed, carries an approximately $1 million price tag. Evergreen will operate from about a third of the 3,000 square feet on the second floor, while the aforementioned Parkside Builders, which served as general contractor for the recently completed Gale Park, will occupy about half of the first floor.
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