H.G. Hill Realty Co. has landed a master permit for its Hill Center Sylvan Heights now underway in the West Nashville district of the project’s name, according to Metro Codes Department documents.
To be located within the 4000 block of Charlotte Avenue, the development will feature 262 apartments, a 294-space parking garage, two retail buildings and 14 single-family cottage residences.
Brasfield & Gorrie is serving as general contractor, with the document not listing a dollar value for the permit.
Read more about the project here.
(Image courtesy of Hill Realty and SEV)
The West Nashville site last home to a Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealership and under contract is slated to close later this week, according to a source with information about the looming transaction.
The source declined to disclose additional information.
The building, located at the northwest corner of the 46th and Delaware avenues intersection, is noteworthy given its 1950s-esque design highlighted by metal and glass and the fact that it is one of the few commercial buildings in the up-and-coming The Nations neighborhood.
C&S Properties LP owns the 1.1-acre property, with the Nashville office of Colliers representing the owner. C&S acquired the site, the address for which is 4600 Delaware Ave., in 1997 for $200,000.
Bost Harley-Davidson closed in late 2012 due to what then reported as declining sales.
Here is something interesting.
Nashville-based Root Architecture (stylized at rootARCH) has posted to its Facebook page a rendering of a modern townhome project planned for West Nashville.
There are minimal details accompanying the posting (see here). For example, the post does not disclose a specific location or a developer.
Root Arch officials could not be reached for comment but note in the posting they are “refining the details of the design” and will post more information soon.
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