Plans for a 135-unit apartment building in Nashville’s Music Row area were halted this evening (Thursday, February 12), after the Metro Planning Commission indefinitely deferred a zoning change request.
The vote resulted in the commission recommending halting all rezoning requests in the Music Row area for the next 12 to 18 months.
The commission recommended that the Metro Planning Department complete a study of all of the Music Row area, so redevelopment proposals in the Music Row area can be treated in a uniform fashion.
The zoning change had been requested by Brad Daniel and Gary Belz, in a pitch to redevelop in the 1200 block of 16th Ave. near Edgehill Village.
Historic Nashville, Inc., as well as the Edgehill Village Neighborhood Association, opposed the rezoning request.
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