Source: Nashville Post
Nashville-based Core Development is targeting a winter start for a Trinity Lane-area project that could include up to 170 residences.
The East Nashville project would span about 11.3 acres and is expected to include a mix of single-family freestanding homes, townhomes and condominiums.
Core owns the property via LVH LLC, having acquired it in October 2015 in a quitclaim deal for which Metro records show no dollar amount. The site (see here courtesy of Google Maps) sits at the southeast corner of the intersection of East Trinity Lane and Edwin Street.
Core has enlisted Barge Cauthen & Associates to handle engineering and land planning and EOA for architectural work. Both are based in Nashville.
The team will go before the Metro Planning Commission on Thursday, May 11, to request a rezoning to specific plan.
Andrew Beaird, Core vice president of development, said the company “looks forward to further discussions with area stakeholders in the upcoming months.”
A rendering is not yet available, he added.
The property is sandwiched by Dickerson Road on the west and Ellington Parkway on the east and located within a segment of Trinity Lane that continues to see some development updates. For example, craft brewery East Nashville Beer Works opened in 2016 at 320 E. Trinity, three block west of the Core property.
“Core Development is enthusiastic about launching its first project on East Trinity Lane,” Beaird said. “This new community will accommodate a diversity of product, price points and neighborhood amenities in proximity to Ellington Parkway, Trinity Land and Gallatin Pike.”
Core has multiple residential projects either recently completed or underway on the city’s east side. Of those, Chester Townhomes, located at 1021-1035 Chester Ave. in South Inglewood, is located within the closest proximity to the Trinity property.