Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners is targeting a February 2016 start for its Midtown project Solis 18th Avenue, Nashville Business Journal reports.
Relatedly, the Metro Board of Zoning Appeals recently voted to allow an additional 21 feet of height for the building, which the developer contended was needed if the structure is going to provide full street-level activation.
Solis 18th Avenue will rise 12 stores on sites with the addresses of 812, 816, 818 and 820 18th Ave. S. Charlotte-based Terwilliger Pappas has the four parcels under contract.
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The Midtown site on which mixed-used tower SkyHouse Nashville is planned has seen significant building demolition during the past few days.
Of the seven buildings on the site — which fronts 17th Avenue and runs between Broadway on the north and Division Street on the south — only three still stand (those located closest to Division Street.
Two demolition permits have been issued related to Novare Group’s 25-story SkyHouse tower planned for Midtown, according to Metro Codes Department documents.
One permit involves the building last home to Sub Stop and located at 1701 Broadway. The other involves the building perhaps best recognized as long being home to a Pittsburgh Paints retail shop and located at 1707 Broadway. (See both buildings here courtesy of Google Maps.)
East Tennessee-based E. Luke Greene Co. will handle the demo work, with the two permits collectively valued at $75,000.
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Bound'ry — which opened in 1995 and garnered immediate acceptance as one of Nashville's best restaurants at the time — has closed.
Dana Kopp Franklin, our colleague at Post sister publication Nashville Scene, reports that employees were reportedly told Monday that the restaurant, currently closed this week in what originally was described as renovation of its space, would actually shutter for good.
An employee of Bound'ry sister restaurant South Street told the Scene a different restaurant concept will soon open within the space.
The co-developers of a Midtown apartment building to feature micro-units has renamed the 138-unit structure Edge Midtown and announced they are targeting an August opening.
The smallest units will rent for $2.88 a foot, which is higher than most per-foot rents for recently opened Nashville apartment buildings.
In a release, Giarratana Nashville and LaSalle Investment Management said they have tapped Nashville-based Elmington Property Management to handle marketing and leasing of the building, which Edge Midtown is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of 22nd Ave. N. and State Street. Relatedly, pre-leasing is underway. The building had been called 22State.
The lofts, one- and two-bedroom apartments will range in size from 504 to 1,341 square feet, with monthly rents beginning at approximately $1,450.
Of note, the micro-units will include New York City-style Murphy beds. Other amenities for all the units include kitchens featuring quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, designer plank flooring, front-loading stackable washer and dryer units and private secure parking with gates at all entrances. In addition, Edge Midtown will feature two-and three-story lofts with 18- to 25-foot-tall ceilings.
The co-developers created I&G 2200 State Inc. to undertake the project. R.G. Anderson Co. Inc. is serving as general contractor.
Nashville-based 19th Avenue Land Partners LLC has landed a permit to demolish a Midtown building it purchased earlier this month.
Tony Giarratana (pictured) and Ryan Chapman, co-owners of Premier Parking of Tennessee, created the LLC for the $900,000 acquisition of the property (read more here). They have yet to announce their plans for the site.
Nashville-based Chris Rogers Construction will handle the demo work, with the permit valued at $19,000.
See the property here courtesy of Google Maps.
An old-school masonry structure located at 1700 Church St. in Midtown is slated for a neighborhood bar to be called Clyde's on Church, Nashville.eater.com reports.
Mike and Taylor Monen, who own Clyde's on Main in Chattanooga and who had targeted their Urban Stack and Milk and Honey concepts for the first-floor space of the vintage Chris-More building, are ready to move forward on the project.
See the building here courtesy of Google Maps.
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