Starting this month Edgehill Village is undergoing a renovation. The building updates will bring more office space to the complex which is already home to Live Nation. According to the Nashville Post, a new bar called Old Glory, will also be opening.
Longtime tenants Tweed Baby Outfitters and Ani & Ari are moving out.
Ani & Ari, the custom corset shop known for dressing Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, and Hayden Panettiere, is moving to a new yet-to-be-announced showroom.
Tweed is closing its storefront on April 17 after five years in business.
Partners Rob Lowe, McClain Towery, Elliott Kyle, and Jay Weaver bought the Edgehill property in 2014 for $9.2 million. They are also seeking rezoning to erect a mixed-use building on another of their properties, at the corner of Village and Edgehill.
Meanwhile, on the other end of The Row….
A grocery store and parking deck could eventually be coming to the parking lot behind Off Broadway Shoes (McGavock St. and 16th Ave. S.).
Elmington Capital Group, owners of the strip housing Tin Roof and numerous other businesses, is seeking approval from the Metro Planning Department to build a grocery store as part of its long-range planning.