Favorite Industry Lunch Spot To Close

substopA favorite music industry lunch spot may close its doors according to a report by News Channel 2. The owners of Sub Stop, located near Music Row at 1701 Broadway, told WKRN that they may be forced out after a proposal to rezone the area was passed by the Metro Planning Commission in September. The rezoning now goes to the Metro Council for its first reading.

In August, MusicRow reported Nashville would soon be home to a SkyHouse luxury high-rise apartment building at the current Sub Stop location. The 25-story, 352-unit building being built by Novare Group and Batson-Cook Development Company would include more than 10,600-square-feet of ground level retail.

Sub Stop has served locals for over 40 years.

A rending of the proposed SkyHouse apartment for Nashville.

A rendering of the proposed SkyHouse apartment for Nashville.


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