The Nashville Gulch continues its transformation into a complete neighborhoods in Downtown Nashville. Plans have been submitted for yet another new mixed-use development at 900 Division Street. The development sits at the corner of 9th & Division Street and across from 3 new developments; the recently completed Harlow, the soon-to-open Aspire Gulch, & Modera Gulch which is under construction.
A request for final site plan approval has been submitted for the property which is currently zoned DTC. Once approved, the request will permit the 8-story mixed-use development on the .26-acre site. The request was made by Barge Design on behalf of M Cubed. Here’s the quick rundown:
900 Division Street
- What’s Now: Commercial use building
- What’s Next: Mixed-use Development
- Developer: M Cubed
- Architect: Humphreys & Partners
- Civil: Barge Design
- Capacity: 22 units / 30 Parking Spaces
- Average unit size: 2,436 SF
The building’s layout can simply be explained as a collection of 2 & 3-story townhomes combined into one building. The unit layouts appear to either be a co-living concept, similar to Kenect in Midtown; or there’s an untapped market for 3 story, 5 bedroom apartments in Nashville.
There are 3 primary unit types with slight variations depending on its location within the building. Those units consist of:
- 3-level, 5-Bedroom layout with roof top deck.
- 2-level, 5-Bedroom layout with a large patio.
- 1-level, 5-bedroom unit & 2-bedroom unit with a large patio.
There is one level of below grade parking with access on 9th Avenue south. The retail amenity is located at the corner of 9th & Division, while the lobby is located on Division Street.
The development is scheduled for the 5/26/22 Metro Planning Agenda.
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