“It’s unclear what’s in the works for the site; no building permits or Metro Planning Department documents have been filed.
Waterfront land has been in high demand as development begins to reorient toward the Cumberland. Both local real estate players and government entities like the mayor’s office have pushed for Nashville to capitalize on the natural asset, which has largely been ignored throughout the city’s growth.
CA South already has already completed one riverfront condo project, Eve. That streamlined, 28-unit development sits directly across the water from the East Bank, which is expected to explode with new investment in the wake of Oracle Corp.’s plans to one day build a tech campus there.”
– Drew Hutchinson, Nashville Business Journal
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