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This project is now changing over from a hotel to a 6 & 7 story apartment building (no word on how many units) to be called Music Row that will feature ground level retail, and will now be underta

A hotel of unknown size and height is being planned for 1001 16th Ave. South (SE corner of 16th Ave. South and Grand Ave.) that is currently a nondescript 1 story brick structure owned by Belmont Chur

A bit more info on the land sale and plans for the hotel: - Dallas-based Humphreys & Partners Architects will make the the final design and scope of their potential project. - The hotel wi

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Speedwagon Enterprises has joined up with Mark McDonald to buy the lot at 1001 16th Ave. South from Belmont Church for $5.1 million.  The church had purchased the property in 1979 for $150,000.  No further word on the hotel plans as of yet...but that should start to roll out soon.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21075139/music-row-site-eyed-for-hotel-sells-for-51m

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Just curious what the building was built for, apparently pre/early post-WW2. I'd guess a grocery "supermarket". I'm always intrigued how cities grew. If that was built as a grocery some 80 years ago, makes me wonder when that area began transition from residential to commercial. Weren't there already studios in many houses by the end of the 1950s? 

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10 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

Just curious what the building was built for, apparently pre/early post-WW2. I'd guess a grocery "supermarket". I'm always intrigued how cities grew. If that was built as a grocery some 80 years ago, makes me wonder when that area began transition from residential to commercial. Weren't there already studios in many houses by the end of the 1950s? 

The studio s were just starting to show up in the late 50s.  Music Row was a fairly tiny area at that point.  The 60s were when things started to take off.  The late 80s to mid 90s was when it reached its apex. 

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Staging area for the Emory project a block away is my guess. I will know once I start looking at the permits for constriction trailers. I know it is  not the 16th & Grand project because NOTHING has been submitted to Metro as far as design documents and that has to happen first. 

 

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