Boost Commons Proposal Could Bring 64 New Townhomes to Nashville's Warner Park

A large townhouse project called Boost Commons has been proposed for a site behind Boost FitClub in Nashville’s Warner Park neighborhood. Although the developme...

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Boost Commons Proposal Could Bring 64 New Townhomes to Nashville's Warner Park

Posted by Gary Ashton: Blog on Friday, May 27th, 2016 at 8:05am.

Boost Commons Townhomes NashvilleA large townhouse project called Boost Commons has been proposed for a site behind Boost FitClub in Nashville’s Warner Park neighborhood. Although the development still needs approval from the Nashville Metro Planning Commission, which will require a zoning change to allow for more density at the project’s location at Vaughns Gap Raod and Highway 100, developers are fully aware of  the demand for this particular type of housing in the area.

Those behind the proposed townhouse community are property owner 11 Vaughns Gap RE LLC and local real estate developer Victor Bishara. Aside from attractive living spaces, which will likely offer between two and three bedrooms ad right around 2,000 square feet, Vaughns Gap RE co-owner Stephen Kerr is also the managing director of the Boost FitClub sports performance and workout center, enabling future residents to have direct access to all the fabulous amenities at the club, which of course include a full workout facility, a swimming pool, a cafe, and an indoor field house.

As noted by The Tennessean in a recent report, the Vaughns Gap Road townhouses wouldn't be the first project by this development group, as both Bishara and the owners of 11 Vaughns Gap RE LLC are also behind the high-end Harpeth Park townhouse development in suburban Bellevue, TN.

Although some hurdles may need to be cleared relating to a lack of open space near the project site and other possible stormwater drainage issues, Nashville’s low inventory and strong need for more new construction is certainly at the height of most real estate discussions going on around town.

A community meeting is scheduled for next week where developers will officially present plans for Boost Commons, which will take place over at the Gordon Jewish Community Center. 

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