With foundation work and a concrete garage now completed, 23Hundred at Berry Hill is ready to go vertical. The five-story, 226-unit apartment building — being developed by Bluerock Real Estate LLC, the corporate office for which is in New York City, and Atlanta-based Stonehenge DCM — will be constructed with a wood frame. Read more here.
The co-developers of 23Hundred at Berry Hill have released a detailed rendering (see below) and announced additional details of the project.
Bluerock Real Estate LLC, the corporate office for which is in New York City, and Atlanta-based Stonehenge DCM note the five-story, 226-unit apartment building will be constructed with a wood frame and a concrete garage. Cambridge Builders and Contractors LLC and The Winter Construction Company are handling general contracting duties.
Richmond, Va.-based Poole & Poole Architecture is overseeing the design of the building, which will anchor the southeast corner of the Eighth Avenue South and Bradford Avenue T-intersection. The main exterior materials will include brick, Hardie panel and stucco. Of note, Poole & Poole designed 11North in the North Gulch and has designed an unnamed apartment buildings slated for Seven Springs (read about here).
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Behavioral health care provider Centerstone broke ground Monday on an outpatient treatment facility that will serve children, adults and seniors. The building, Centerstone’s first new construction in Metro, will rise at White and Craighead avenues, just around the corner from Jaguar Porsche Audi of Nashville, in the Berry Hill area.
Orion Building is handling the construction of the 18,090-square-foot facility, which was designed by local architect Brian Smallwood of InForm Smallwood + Nickle. (The renderings here are courtesy of that firm.) The center will be home to dual specialty clinics — one for children and families, the other for adults and older adults — as well as 37 clinician offices and room for future growth.
Regional brick and block seller Alley-Cassetty has acquired Jones Stone Co., building on its distribution network in Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia and adding natural stone to its product lineup. Jones Stone co-founder Sarah Jones and her team will continue to work from their home in Berry Hill.
Blackbird Tattoo and Gallery — the hipster 12 South tattoo studio and alternative art venue — has relocated to Berry Hill.
The facility is now operating at 2506 Franklin Pike, with a grand opening and art show slated for March 18.
Blackbird was required to move as Hill Realty is planning a major mixed-use project for the site on which it operated since April 2009 and on adjacent properties.
“Melrose/Berry Hill seemed a natural fit, [as] everyone there is growing and in the same boat we are,” Co-owner Shannon Wages said in a release. “Our new building was a former art gallery, hair salon, and crematorium. After we found this building, everything else paled in comparison. We will very much miss our quirky little building in 12 South, but the sheer size and visibility of this building was too much to pass up."
Blackbird Tattoo and Gallery has welcomed visual artists Joshua Black Wilkins, Print Mafia, Ash Sivils, Chad Wilkerson, and Ryan Hogan, and musical acts Ghostfinger and The Tendoor. Blackbird has also played host to events such as Neighborly Love: A Benefit for Haiti Earthquake Victims, Body of Art: A Nashville Cares Aids Fundraiser, and Private Matters: An Event to Benefit Ovarian Cancer Research.