Mixed-use development proposal along Old Hickory Boulevard may be revised

Mixed-use development proposal along Old Hickory Boulevard may be revised



Plans for a mixed-use project near Bellevue has been altered, with the proposed development now likely to offer fewer residences than previously planned.

Originally, and according to a previous Metro document, the development was to have included 250 residential units, a hotel (the number of rooms is not specified on the document) and 18,000 square feet of commercial space. The buildings would sit on about 30 acres with addresses of 616, 618 and 620 Old Hickory Blvd. and 7315 Sonya Drive and just to the southeast of Interstate 40.

Now the development is being proposed with 94 residential units, a 170-room hotel and the 18,000 square feet of commercial space, according to a new document.

The Post could not determine the prospective developer. However, the owners are Southfield Properties, AM Investors No. 2 LLC and Norwood Manor LLC, owners. Nashville-based Barge Design Solutions is handling land planning and rezoning efforts.

Southfield Properties acquired its three parcels, which front Old Hickory, in July 2016 for $1.2 million. AM Investors No. 2 and Norwood Manor bought their property at the same time for $3.6 million.

(The office buildings are in orange in the above image; the hotel, in purple; and the residential, in yellow.)

The Metro Planning Commission will hear a rezoning request for specific plan zoning on Thursday, April 11, that, if approved, would allow for construction of the building

Metro Planning Department staff is recommending approval of the rezoning request.

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