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Nationally noted Atlanta-based restaurateur Ford Fry will open in late summer Sea Wolf in Germantown.

Sea Wolf will focus primarily on seafood. It will share a roof with Star Rover, a live music listening room for local acts with taqueria-style snacks and cocktails, and Le Loup, a French-esque space that a release describes as a “dimly lit and over-the-top cocktail lounge.”

The restaurant will be part of the Hammer Mill development located near the Cumberland River. It will operate from a former warehouse (pictured at the left in the image below) fronting a segment of Adams Street that is undergoing an infrastructure update. 

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/food-business/article/20992213/noted-atlanta-chef-eyes-restaurant-for-germantown

https://www.nashvillescene.com/food-drink/bites/article/20992128/chef-ford-fry-announces-details-of-three-upcoming-germantown-projects

 

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Hopefully this development addresses the river with some outdoor seating.  I've never seen a city completely ignore a river through downtown like Nashville has.

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7 hours ago, japan said:

Hopefully this development addresses the river with some outdoor seating.  I've never seen a city completely ignore a river through downtown like Nashville has.

Absolutely!

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8 hours ago, japan said:

Hopefully this development addresses the river with some outdoor seating.  I've never seen a city completely ignore a river through downtown like Nashville has.

I couldn't agree more.  I hope that in the future Nashville reintroduces itself to the river that helped to build it.  It should be much more than just a highway for the occasional barge.  

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1 hour ago, BnaBreaker said:

I couldn't agree more.  I hope that in the future Nashville reintroduces itself to the river that helped to build it.  It should be much more than just a highway for the occasional barge.  

I'm amazed at home many areas of the city just have shrubbery and trees by the river, with no attempted development. I understand some have a steep grade, or are limited access due to the railroad, also, it may not be cost effective to build something in an area thats flood-prone or technically with a "dangerous current" but I envision sturdy stone steps leading down to the water in steep areas, like the whole city of Paris has around the Seine, with the river lined in wide walkways.

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I jog down the greenway along the river all the time and i've always wondered what that little old dilapidated building is in the first picture- right to the left of where it says riverfront park in green. anyone know? i always thing it could be cleaned up and rehabbed. 

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I jog down the greenway along the river all the time and i've always wondered what that little old dilapidated building is in the first picture- right to the left of where it says riverfront park in green. anyone know? i always thing it could be cleaned up and rehabbed. 
I have been inside all the way to the bottom. It's in bad shape. Not sure what it used to be but it was owned by the TVA until it was sold to Nashville in 1964.

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MDHA's 10th & Jefferson apartments are now complete and filling residents in Hope Gardens.

The three-story building has 54 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, with most being slotted as affordable units carrying an income-restricted component.

 

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