Nashville-based boutique spirits distiller Corsair Artisan has acquired a Wedgewood-Houston property for $700,000, according to Davidson County Register of Deeds documents.
The seller was LVH LLC, where local real estate veteran Mark Deutschmann serves as chief manager. The property is located at 1236 Martin St. (see here in an image courtesy of Google Maps) and has a building that was most recently home to Kirby Welding.
Earlier this year, Corsair acquired a WeHo property located at 601 Merritt Ave. and on which it plans a distilling and barrelling facility (see image below and read more here). With the most recent acquisition, the company will have a combined total of about 30,000 square feet of Wedgewood-Houston space (with the two buildings within walking distance of each other) to go with about 10,800 square feet it has long maintained at Marathon Village.
Darek Bell, Corsair Artisan co-owner and co-founder with Amy Lee Bell, could not be reached for comment.
Deutschmann and his Core Development plan a major live-work development for Wedgewood-Houston (read here).