New details emerge for a new mixed-use development located in the outfield of the Nashville Sounds Ballpark. The 2.6-acre property site was under-contract by Portman Residential, a Division of Portman Holdings Based in Atlanta last month. Local firm Hawkins Partners submitted a request for overall height modifications to Metro for consideration. The submitted documents provide a glimpse of what the future development could look like.
Here is an overall map showing the proximity between the Ballpark Village to the Nashville Sounds Ballpark, Nissan Stadium and Top Golf:
The following is a quick rundown of Ballpark Village:
- What’s Now: Vacant Lot
- What’s Next: Mixed-use Development
- Developer: Portland Residential/Sulfur Dell Land, LLC
- Capacity: 400 Residential Units(Pending) 16,000 sf Retail (Pending) Structured Parking
- Location: 0 3rd Ave N.
- Costs: $6Millon Real Estate Transaction – Source: Metro Nashville
Rendering and photo of the view looking South on 3rd Ave N.
Rendering and photo of the view looking South along the Greenway.
Height Modification – The image below demonstrates the By Right vs. requested height modification.
Landscape plan – Most notably, The Greenway will include retail and restaurant space open to the public, including open plazas and seating areas. The Greenway is currently gated as part of the ballpark.
Elevation Views – The exterior architecture appears to align with that of existing Germantown buildings. This is Portman, so it will be a great product in the end. The 16,000 sf of retail will fully activate the streetscape along 3rd Avenue, 4th Avenue, & Harrison Street
The frontage along 3rd Avenue will consist primarily of residential stoops that are integrated with the street landscape and hardscape. The frontage along 4th Avenue will consist of a mixture of residential stoops that are integrated with the streetscape sandwiched
between a Leasing Office at the cul-de-sac and a fitness area located at the corner of 4th Avenue and Harrison Street.
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