Local developer Vintage South has announced a signed lease for a new food & beverage concept at Laurel & Pine, Frankies Spuntino Nashville. The New-York based establishment will lease 12,500 SF of space, which will account for over 50% of the 24,700 square foot East Nashville project. The Laurel & Pine adaptive reuse/mixed-use development is located at 905 Cherokee Avenue.
Frankies Spuntino is a well known Italian-American restaurant in NY and will open its first out-of-state location in Laurel & Pine. They will operate a restaurant, market, and event space in their 12,500 SF space at Laurel & Pine. Signing Frankies as a food & beverage tenant has already started to bring national exposure to the new adaptive reuse and multifamily development. Here’s the quick rundown:
Laurel & Pine
- What’s Now: Vacant Warehouses
- What’s Next: Adaptive Reuse / Mixed-use Development
- Developer: Vintage South/ Shelton McNally
- Architect: Centric Architecture (Commercial)
- Architect: Bernard L Weinstein (Residential)
- Brokerage: Sagemont Real Estate
- Location: 905 Cherokee Avenue
- Contractor: City Construction
Frankies has enlisted the design services of Pfeffer Torode on their interior design and construction documents. Vintage South Development is also working closely with the design team to prepare for Metro Permitting and to begin their build-out.
“We continue to have strong interest in the project from restaurants, coffee shops, and even a school, each of which are desirable amenities for creative office users such as consulting firms that have toured the space.”Nathon Lyons, CEO of Vintage South Development
The retail shell buildings are substantially complete at Laurel & Pine with only landscaping and punch list items remaining. The multifamily component is progressing along and is getting closer to completion. Here is a look at current construction progress at Laurel & Pine.
For leasing inquires at Laurel & Pine please, contact Trent Yates at Sagemont using the link (Here). For previous articles on Laurel & Pine click on the banner below.
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