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Cottage Cove


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    Construction Start: Summer 2009

    Location: 2500 block 9th Ave S, Nashville, TN

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    • 01-22-09 TN: 12South area adds 15 homes
      • The Metro Planning Commission recently approved a rezoning proposal that will allow for 15 single-family homes in the 2500 block of Ninth Avenue South.
      • Cottage Cove, as the project is named, would be just north of Montrose Avenue in the 12South community.
      • The development is proposed to have three-bedroom cottages ranging from 1,300 to 1,500 square feet and priced from $310,000 to $349,000. The units will be developed around a common open space.
      • Developer Kelvin Pennington purchased the property about 18 months ago and originally planned to build two duplexes, but then decided small conforming houses would be a better use of the land.
      • While some spoke in support of the project at the planning commission meeting, others were concerned about traffic and on-street parking. There is currently a restriction against street parking on this portion of Ninth Avenue South, but Jonathan Honeycutt with Metro Public Works said the roadway would be shifted a few feet to allow for on street parking.
      • Pennington says the project falls into the guidelines for what the area is zoned for and will not go outside of the density of nine units per acre.
      • Pennington hopes construction will begin this summer and the project should take less than two years to complete.

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