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305 Arrington covers 2,272 sq. ft. over its single floor, and has recently undergone another refurbishment including a new deck as the Red Headed Stranger bar.
 

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905 12th Ave. South cover, 2,450 sq. ft. over its single floor and was built in 1960.  It is the new home of a MacDougal's Chicken branch.

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746 Benton Ave. is the Timothy Demonbreun House,  which covers 9,172 sq. ft. over its 3 floors and was built in 1910.  It is now a luxury event space.

 

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On 7/18/2020 at 4:58 AM, markhollin said:

746 Benton Ave. is the Timothy Demonbreun House,  which covers 9,172 sq. ft. over its 3 floors and was built in 1910.  It is now a luxury event space.

 

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This home has basically been on the market the last six years; no takers yet. 

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419 East Iris Ave. covers 2,020 sq. ft. on its single floor and was built in 1941.  It is currently home to the Buddhist Center of Nashville.



 

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1010 Gallatin covers 6,761 sq. ft. on its single floor and was built in 1950.  It is currently home to Slowhand Coffee & Bakeshop.
 

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614 Ewing Ave. covers 832 sq. ft. on its 2 floors and was built in 1940.  A 400 sq. ft. public seating area was added later. It is the new home of Pie Town Tacos, and had previously hosted Hot Diggity Dogs.

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914 Gallatin Pike covers 1,340 sq. ft. on its single floor, and was built as a service station in 1954.  It is now home to  Hearts Cafe.

 

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2412 West End Ave. covers 7,400 sq. ft. on its 2 floors and was built in 1905, and added-on in 1955.  Currently, it houses Gyros Kitchen on the main level.
 

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20 Music Square West covers 14,810 sq. ft. over its 2 floors.  It was built in 1965, and was recently remodeled to feature Legends Bank.
 

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NBJ has a feature behind their paywall on the opening of Sylvan Supply (I shared dozens of pics on this thread Aug. 5th). Some highlights about the 60 year-old, 186,000 sq. ft. former mill development:

-  Keller Williams Realty has signed a 14,500 sq. ft. lease.

- FortyAU software developer has already moved in.

- Eateries/bars include Otaku Ramen, Bearded Iris Brewing,  Radish Kitchen (already open).

- Other retailers signed are Woodland Wine Merchant and Row House Fitness.

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/08/17/sylvan-supply-opens-charlotte-thrd-urban-fcp.html?cx_testId=7&cx_testVariant=cx_23&cx_artPos=2
 

Also a story behind the Nashville Post paywall:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21142871/sylvan-supply-opens-on-west-side
 

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