Midtown to Get a Mixed Use Tower

Regent Partners LLC is bringing a mixed-user tower to Midtown Nashville. Here is what the plans are for the upcoming mixed-use tower in Midtown.

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Midtown to Get a Mixed Use Tower

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Tuesday, November 25th, 2014 at 1:06pm.

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Regent Partners LLC is bringing a mixed-user tower to Midtown Nashville.  This exciting project is going to bring a mixed-used development to the northeast corner of 19th and Broadway located in Midtown.

It’s going to be a 25-story residential structure to include a 220-room hotel, retail and a parking structure. The goal is to get Gen Y professionals to have more options in the city for live-work-play. Here is what the plans are for the upcoming mixed-use tower in Midtown.

The Project

The project by Regent Partners LLC is planning to add a new mixed-use tower to Midtown in Nashville. Nashville has been seeing an increase in home closings and the Atlanta-based developing group saw an opportunity to add in a residential and retail building for residents. The location is set to be in the spot of one of the most endangered historical sites in the city.

The developers are pursuing the 1.33 acre lot on 19th and Broadway to build the 25-story building. It will offer 270-unit residential structures with a 220-room hotel and 175,000 square feet of structured parking. This will mean 10,600 square feet of ground-level retail and 16 stories for the hotel. The beautiful building will feature floor-to-ceiling glass.

What is the Status?

Right now, the developers would like to build at 1812 Broadway, home to the 126 year old home of Albert Samuel Warren which is one of the top historical locations in town that are endangered.

It looks like the Metro Planning Department will approve the project with a few conditions. They would like to see sidewalk width at a certain size and traffic requirements in place.

Overall, the development will be highly beneficial to downtown Nashville. It’ll provide the growth in population with more jobs and retail options. The city is seeing an increase in job growth over most US metro markets.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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