A 25-story boutique hotel and residence may soon replace the midtown parcel occupied by J&J’s Market, Noshville, and the former storefront of clothier Manuel, according to the Nashville Post.
Brentwood-based developer Ardavan Afrakhteh (Land Development.Com Inc., Land South TN) is seeking to upgrade the mixed-use site (1912, 1918 and 1922 Broadway) to mixed-use intensive. Land Development.com Inc. is said to currently own one of the three properties, while acquisition of the parcels occupying Noshville and J&J’s is needed.
The Metro Planning Commission will review the proposal on Thursday, June 11 for the project, currently called Twentieth Avenue/Broadway and 1922 Broadway.
Nashville-based Hastings Architecture Associates and Dale & Associates have been tapped for designing the building and land planning/engineering duties, respectively.
“Afrakhteh has not yet announced whether the residential units would be condos, apartments, or a combination,” notes Nashville Post writer William Williams. “He has said parking will be included in the tower, with some spaces possible devoted to the general public…[and has] not disclosed an estimated start date or a hotel operator.
“The Midtown project would be Afrakhteh’s first large-scale urban project. To date, the developer has focused on small-scale infill (particularly in Gatlinburg) and on preserving thousands of acres in Tennessee.”
It was previously reported that Noshville would move into the new building once it is complete.
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