Construction will begin this summer on an apartment complex at the southwest corner of Magnolia Boulevard and Wedgewood Avenue, according to the Nashville Post. This will be the second new residential development in and around Music Row, as construction is underway on Note 16 apartments at the corner of 16th Ave. and Horton.
The just-announced three-story, 15-unit building will have an estimated cost of $2.5 million, reports The Post.
Nashville-based Core Development Services and local real estate investor Donald Seitz are behind the as-yet-unnamed apartment building. They expect to tear down an existing building in July, begin construction in August, and finish the project in summer 2013.
Developers report the exterior will have a similar look and feel as other existing buildings in the neighborhood.