According to a recent report out of the Nashville Post, local developer Acree Wells Development Partnership has opted not to move forward with a luxury condo project that would’ve been built in Nashville’s West End neighborhood.
Citing cost considerations as the primary reason not to build, it’s unclear as to what may now be developed at the property, which is situated in a highly desirable part of West End at 3208 Long Boulevard.
The original project, which was dubbed The Robertson, was designed to stand three stories high and include just 11 luxury condo residences, while also boasting a rather elegant exterior that would’ve blended in perfectly with the surrounding residential landscape.
As noted by The Post, Acree Wells Development Partnership only purchased the building site back in June of last year for $755,00. In terms of what’s next, reports also suggests the property is under contract with another developer, who plans to build an alternative residential project. Details regarding that development are still largely unclear, however.