June 11, 2021
The development team that plans to break the ground for the Moore Building in Midtown this month has received a home loan of approximately $ 79 million.
According to a document on the Davidson County Register of Deeds, the US bank provided the loan.
Nashville-based developer David W. Creed Jr. and Atlanta-based Portman Holdings are working together to develop the website featuring the 16-story mixed-use tower (pictured above). The project, which is located on 0.76 hectares in 825 19th Avenue S. on the northwest corner of 19th Avenue North and Chet Atkins Place, is expected to be priced in excess of $ 120 million.
The Moore building will offer 227,000 square meters of office space on nine levels and 8,500 square meters of retail space on the ground floor (with seven levels of above-ground parking garage and two levels of underground parking). Gresham Smith from Nashville is the architect.
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