Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-11-25 17:08:37 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) -The Design Review Committee of the Metro Development and Housing Agency (MDHA) recently voted “yes” to the three-tower multipurpose project at Rutledge Hill, Music City’s fast-growing community.
Even in the proceedings, after some delays, the height of the project continues to raise the question of where the skyscrapers end and where the neighborhood is.
“This shows how fast Nashville is growing,” said Metro Councilor Freddie O’Connell.
Once home to Cumulous Media and its tower, the property is owned by a new person with the new idea of Chicago-based Centrum Realty and Development.
The 3.37-acre site on Second Avenue was a popular item and sold for $ 34 million.
Centrum Realty is planning to develop a 32-story house, a 39-story house, and a 29-story hotel with a beautiful park in between.
“Nashville became a city 20 years ago where only a few hundred people lived in downtown. Now we have about 15,000. Family and multiple people live in the heart of the city. If you’re trying to find space, or if you want to buy a two- or three-bedroom condo, you don’t have much in stock for that, “says O’Connell.
That’s why projects located between Peabody, Lee, Latledge and Second Avenue South are said to be welcome, but the area isn’t used to skyscrapers.
As a result, developers had to request multiple height changes and returned to the planning committee on December 9.
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