Good News: Condos to Replace Studio A, West End Row Houses, & Sylvan Park Plot!

This Week in Tennessee News

Developer Plans to Tear Down Music Row’s Studio A, Build Five Stories of Condos
The Nashville Business Journal :: September 19, 2014
RCA Studio A
RCA Studio A, on Nashville’s famed Music Row, will be demolished and succeeded by a five-story condo complex with private balconies, rooftop access, a restaurant, and a dog park.
Those are the plans publicly released Fri.Β by Tim Reynolds, the owner of Brentwood-based Bravo Development, the new owner of the studio…
Friday’s announcement cements the fate awaiting Studio A, a demise foreshadowed several times in the weeks since Reynolds purchased the site. Preservationists are certain to make a last-gasp push to save Studio A…

Row House Development Headed for West End Avenue Area
The Tennessean :: September 23, 2014
West End Row Houses
A Nashville investment partnership plans to start construction later this fall on a 7-unit row house development on property at Long Blvd. in the West End Ave. area.
The project is the latest by a joint venture of investor JJB Properties LLC of Franklin and developer Split Rock Development of Nashville. They’re also developing a 3-story building with 6 luxury row houses, each with…

Restaurant Slated for Prime Sylvan Park Plot
The Nashville Business Journal :: September 24, 2014
Sylvan Park Plot
Sylvan Park’s commercial district is getting a facelift, with work underway on a new streetscape and roundabout at the intersection of Murphy Road and 46th Avenue, but new commercial space remains tight in the fast-growing neighborhood.
Just up the road from the roundabout, Nashville-based Priam Ventures LLC is moving forward with its development of a prime piece of land at 46th and Utah Avenues, with plans to deliver…


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