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12th & Paris

  • Type: Mixed Use

    Floors: 3

    Construction Start: August 2008

    Construction End: 2009

    Location: 12th & Paris, Nashville, TN


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    Latest News:
    • 01-14-2009 TN: Burger Up set for 12th & Paris
      • 25 residential units, three small offices and four retail spaces.
      • The project, named 12th & Paris, replaces Southern Market and a car lot.
      • mix of flats and townhomes ranging from $174, 500 to $289, 500.
      • Burger Up, a new venture by Frothy Monkey owner Miranda Whitcomb-Pontes, will become the project's anchor tenant. The eatery, which will feature a variety of burgers, from veggie, turkey and vegan, along with a full bar, will accommodate 75 people indoors and offer patio seating.
      • She anticipates opening the restaurant in February 2010.
      • There are also negotiations to lease space to a host of other businesses including an art gallery, counseling office, accounting office, photography gallery and an architecture office, as well as two additional retail tenants.
      • 05-27-08 NCP - Planned look of 12th & Paris branching out from Cypress
        • Core’s favored architectural team, the talented folks at DA{sodEmoji.|}AD, are designing 12th & Paris to provide, as White says, “a good connection to the Cypress Building via a sidewalk from our building to the second level of the Cypress.”
        • Core and DA{sodEmoji.|}AD are designing 12th & Paris to offer primarily a two-story presence, with a step-backed third story featuring some residential space and a terrace. The design will allow the structure to both, White says, “play off” the purple-bricked Paris Building across the street and avoid vertically overwhelming Mr. Cypress for those walking, biking or motoring north along 12th and next to Sevier Park.
        • Slated for groundbreaking in August (two nondescript structures will be demolished) and to be completed one year later, 12th & Paris will offer 13 rental apartments, two small retail spaces, a restaurant, two commercial studio condos and six residential condo units. The overall cost: $6 million.

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