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The Five Points-area building long home to Family Dollar is for lease.
Constructed in 1986 and spanning about 6,750 square feet, the non-descript brick building (pictured) has an address of 1000 Woodland St.
The Nashville office of CBRE has the listing, with marketing materials noting the lease is negotiable. Austin Benedict and John Maxwell are handling the effort for CBRE.
Family Dollar Stores of Nashville TN owns the 0.56-acre property, having acquired it from Exxon Corp. in October 1985 for $100,000.
The ownership entity is affiliated with Charlotte-based Family Dollar.
Neither Family Dollar nor CBRE officials could be reached for comment regarding if the retail business will relocate once a replacement tenant is found.
(Click on the above image to see an aerial photo.)
Ex-Mazda building to be razed for Whole Foods-anchored tower
Austin-based developer Endeavor Real Estate Group has landed a demolition permit to prep for its mixed-use building to feature apartments and a Whole Foods grocery at the intersection of 12th Avenue North and Broadway.
The permit, valued at $360,000, will allow for the razing of the building last home to a Mazda dealership.
Hendersonville-based Environmental Abatement Inc. will handle the job.
The tower (see here) will rise 26 stories and include two floors of office space to accompany the ground-level retail and apartment spaces.
Endeavor has created Broadway Whiskey Partners to undertake the North Gulch project, which could carry a price tag of about $100 million, according to previous media reports.
The building will top out at about 320 feet, ranking it among Nashville’s 20 tallest if standing today.
East Nashville building once home to Mad Donna’s listed for $1.6M
The East Nashville-based historic stone building perhaps best recognized as the former home to Mad Donna’s is for sale for about $1.6 million.
The 0.13-acre property is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Woodland and North 14th streets. The building (click on the above image to see a photo) stands two stories and is located two blocks east of Five Points.
Long-timers will remember that the building, which spans about 4,090 square feet and opened in 1900, as the past home to Radio Café.
Urban Grout Commercial Real Estate has the listing.
Metro, PSC in discussions
Metro officials and executives with PSC Metals Inc. are negotiating a deal that could eventually see the latter’s metal recycling facility on the Cumberland River’s east bank move, Nashville Business Journal reports.
NBJ obtained documents detailing what it describes as ongoing discussions about the code-named "Project Phoenix." The documents, NBJ reports, show the cost to move PSC could range from $65 million to about $100 million.
The records disclose officials with the Mayor’s Office lobbying the state to assist in the effort to entice PSC to relocate.
Billionaire Carl Icahn owns PSC.