Mixed-use development targeted for Germantown

Priam Ventures project to feature new construction, adaptive reuse
Apr 16, 2014 2:55 PM
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Florida company eyes $300M project for key SoBro site

Turnberry envisions development to include hotel, condo space
Apr 15, 2014 2:37 PM

Permit Patrol: 14 April 2014

Dunn, Ikon, Mathews, Skanska land work from SoBro to the Roundabout, Charlotte and beyond
Apr 14, 2014 7:00 AM
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GS&P to design HCA buildings in North Gulch

HCA executives have enlisted the Nashville office of Gresham Smith & Partners to design the North Gulch buildings that will house the hospital operator's Sarah Cannon Research Institute and Parallon Business Solutions divisions, according to multiple sources who asked to go unnamed. The Gresham website has no image of the buildings and no renderings have been released. HCA has yet to disclose the number of office towers it will construct at the 10.8-acre site on Charlotte Avenue. Read more about the project here.

Apr 11, 2014 7:00 AM

On-site work begins on 909 Flats

On-site work has begun on 909 Flats, the five-story apartment building to rise in Hope Gardens across from the Nashville Farmer’s Market.

Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. and MetLife Inc., which are co-developing 909 Flats, have secured multiple permits, valued at about $31.9 million, for the work, according to the Metro Codes Administration Department. Originally, Lincoln had wanted to break ground by the end of 2013. (Read more about the project here and here.)

Cambridge Swinerton Builders Inc. is serving as the general contractor for the project. Relatedly, the Atlanta-based company is the GC for Artisan on 18th, which Nashville-based Stonehenge Real Estate Group has under construction in Midtown. Both Lincoln and Stonehenge have offices in Atlanta.

Of note, the 232-units 909 Flats is expected to be U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified. The street address is 909 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.


Apr 11, 2014 6:45 AM

Stalled Salemtown Cottages development slated to resume

Miken Development, HR Properties to undertake 24-home project
Apr 10, 2014 1:21 PM

Permit issued for Music Row Roundabout tower

Childress Klein Properties has secured a $3.9 million permit for its mixed-use building under construction at 1515 Demonbreun St. on the Music Row Roundabout. The permit includes foundation work for the 18-story tower, according to Metro Codes Administration Department documents. JE Dunn Construction Co. is serving as general contractor for the project, a name for which not been announced. Read more here.


Apr 9, 2014 12:40 PM

Permit Patrol: 7 April 2014

AmSurg build out, Saint Thomas upgrades, and auto auction updates
Apr 7, 2014 7:00 AM

Maryland students win ULI contest focused on Sulphur Dell

A team of University of Maryland graduate students has taken top honors at the 2014 Urban Land Institute Student Urban Design Competition with its plan to redevelop Nashville’s Sulphur Dell neighborhood as a healthy community.

The UofM team, which will receive $50,000 for its efforts, topped groups from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Harvard University and the University of Texas at Austin in the 12th annual competition. Each of the three finalist teams will receive $10,000.

The UofM design, called Chords, proposes a partnership between existing private owners or property in Sulphur Dell and the State of Tennessee. The design “captured the experiences of a diverse group of people brought together by regional connectors, culture, living and fitness ‘strings,’” according to a release. The Maryland team's presentation board is available here and its narrative presentation is here.

This year, 163 teams comprising 815 students from 72 universities in the United States and Canada participated in the first round of the competition. Established with an endowment from long-time ULI leader Gerald D. Hines, the competition encouraged teamwork among future land-use professionals and allied professions, such as architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, historic preservation, engineering, real estate development, finance, psychology and law.

Read more about the contest here.



Apr 4, 2014 11:37 AM

Developer releases rendering of planned Midtown project

Nashville-based Split Rock Development has released a rendering for its infill townhouse project in Midtown.

The boutique development company has enlisted Nashville-based Tarl LaRocco Designs (read about here) to serve as architect for the three-story building, which will feature an exterior comprising brick and cast stone. The color scheme will be off white and Ryan Talbert, Split Rock owner, said the structure will reach a height of almost 40 feet.

“Our effort is to provide executive-focused housing with high-end finish levels,” Talbert said. “The homes will be convenient to Vanderbilt, various hospitals and downtown-based businesses.”

Talbert (pictured) is teaming with Franklin-based real estate investor Joe Bauer on the six-unit approximately $4 million project. Bauer created JJB Properties LLC for the effort and recently paid $1.1 million for the two parcels, located at  2118 and 2120 Hayes St., on which the project will rise. (Read more here.)

(Image courtesy of Tarl LaRocco Designs)

Apr 4, 2014 6:56 AM