Large-Scale Mixed-Use Development Being Planned for North Gulch

An Austin-based developer is looking to build a new 26-story high-rise in North Gulch that will include office space, apartment residences, and a Whole Foods grocery store.

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Large-Scale Mixed-Use Development Being Planned for North Gulch

Posted by Gary Ashton: Blog on Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 at 2:40pm.

An Austin-based developer is looking to build a new large-scale project in North Gulch that could stand 26 stories high and include fabulous new apartment residences, office space, and even a brand new Whole Foods grocery store, which would likely be a welcoming addition to the neighborhood for anybody who already lives or works in the area. 

According to reports, the Metro Planning Department Downtown Code Design Review Committee has officially approved a request to revise the project-scope to what’s mentioned above, with the one key difference being the building’s height being dropped from 27 floors down to 26. 

Unfortunately, not many other details about the project, which would be developed at the intersection of 12th Avenue North and Broadway should it come to fruition, have been revealed, or even if or when construction could begin.

Estimated construction costs for the new 12th and Broadway tower would likely be close to $100 million, according to the Nashville Post, but along with that, the only other details we have relating to the project are a preliminary rendering, which truly shows how impressive this potential new mixed-use development could be if built.    

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