Maintaining and preserving historic buildings and structures is important in real estate development no matter where you live and that’s a principle developers at The Mainland Companies seem to agree with. Announced earlier this month is a plan to convert the historic Elliott School site into condos, which also includes building two brand new buildings as well—a project that will bring 77 new condominium residences to one of Nashville’s oldest residential neighborhoods.
According to reports, the new Germantown condo project will offer a wide range of floor plans that will include anywhere from 650 to 2,300 square feet of total living space, and of the 77 total units, 23 will actually be housed inside the historic Elliott School building, while the other 54 units, which also include six townhouses, will be all brand new construction.
Worth noting is that Mainland Companies is continuing to work with preservationists to ensure the project will be done tastefully, especially the portion that will use the existing Elliott School structure.
As noted in numerous reports, Mainland Companies purchased the building site for $5.8 million last fall, which spans roughly two acres between Madison Street and Sixth and Seventh avenues. With plans only recently announced, further details have yet to be released, so stay tuned for more…