July 21 2021
Nashville-based developer Kelly Bonadies is eyeing a mixed-use adaptive reuse project for the Osage/North Fisk district in North Nashville.
According to a document filed with the Metro Planning Department, the development would unfold on about 1.12 acres on two sites at 2100, 2105 and 2107 Buchanan St., about five blocks west of the epicenter of the Buchanan Arts District.
The document notes a project with residential and retail space. Existing buildings on one segment of the site seemingly will be updated. Of note, the project would unfold on both the north (the 2100 address) and south the 2105-07 addresses) sides of Buchanan Street. The above image shows 2100 Buchanan St., with the existing buildings updated.
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