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Eden House will be 16 stories (just under 200'), with 111 condos, 1,300 sq. ft. of retail space, 7,500 sq. ft. of restaurant space, and a 260 capacity garage.  Gresham Smith is the architect; Ragan-Sm

Eden House will be a minimum 10 story residential tower with probably 200 units being planned by GBT Realty for the site of the former Green Hills Fire Station on .87 acre at 2025 Richard Jones Rd, im

They are connecting Glen Echo and Crestmoor not Richard Jones/Abbott Martin.  Our councilman sent out a notice that FINALLY, CVS was ready to begin construction where Krystal (corner of Hillsboro and

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I am still trying to determine the height allowed a the UDO is a pain to figure out in Green Hills. I was trying to figure it out Saturday and this is not my bailiwick.  I think its between 10 and 15 depending on the set back. I know there is a parcel that is on Hillsboro that by rights can go 20.

 

Maybe one of you guys that deals with the UDO's and such that knows the codes really well can figure it out for me. I am doing way too much to try and spend a ton of time on it.

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

Eden House will be a minimum 10 story residential tower with probably 200 units being planned by GBT Realty for the site of the former Green Hills Fire Station on .87 acre at 2025 Richard Jones Rd, immediately to the north of Vertis Green Hills (18 stories, opened in 2018). 

GBT will soon hold a community regarding the plans says Metro Councilman Russ Pulley, in whose this district it would be built. He said the name Eden is derived from one of the original streets in Green Hills, while “House” references the former Nashville Fire Station building (pictured) sitting on the site.

Neither renderings nor the future building's height has been released yet.

GBT emailed the Nashville Post a statement noting Eden House will be "a high-end residential project that will complement Green Hills with ground-floor retail and restaurants to increase connectivity and walkability along Richard Jones Rd.” 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21145628/mixeduse-tower-planned-for-green-hills


The firehouse currently on the site:

Eden House, Jan 25 2021, site.png


This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:

Eden House, Jan 25 2021, site map.png

Isn't there a plan for fixing the cluster f--k dogleg at that intersection with H'boro and RJ Rd. and over to Abbott Martin?  Still think it'd be well worth the investment if Metro brokered a deal to swap land with the owners of the land that used to be Davis Kidd Bookstore so that RJ Rd. could connect over to Bandywood. I remember thinking that 30 years ago when I was driving around Green Hills, just thinking how awful that roads are laid out. 

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