Most people living in or familiar with Nashville have probably heard the statistic that 1,000 people are moving here every month. The truth is, in 2015 alone, 100 people moved here daily, a significantly higher number than similar cities such as Raleigh, Indianapolis, Louisville and Memphis. Read more about Nashville’s population growth here. So, where are all of those people going to live? We have all seen the numerous new apartment complexes, townhomes and parking garages being constructed all around the city daily, and East Nashville is no exception.
Greenline Partners, a local development company, is currently working on developing new residential and commercial units in East Nashville near the northwest corner of the intersection of Gallatin Road and East Trinity Lane where Iglesia de Dios Hispana de Nashville, a Spanish language church, is currently. The area is to be called the Edison and will consist of four buildings, which will collectively offer 16 for-purchase townhomes, approximately 20 apartments and nearly 8,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. This is the largest development of its kind by Greenline Partners thus far. Completion is expected sometime this year. Read more about the development of the Edison property here.