An unused, empty ‘ole office building in a prime location in downtown Nashville is for sale and currently has a lease-hold interest by the Metro Industrial Development Board. The board is hopeful that a prospective buyer will want to buy and convert the structure to a small-scale hotel. The board met on Tuesday to discuss a few minor loops holes and challenges that must be faced in order to make the close actually happen. Nick Bailey, the IDB chair says the 70,000 square foot building face 2 challenges: One, it lacks on-site parking and two, the property involves a land lease with two entities- the Lytle Brown Family Trust and JP-Nashville, LLC. The current building is a modernist 12-story mid-rise travertine structure that opened in 1973 and is located on the southwest corner of Union and Fourth.
Remember The Dairy King located on Thompson Lane? These property is currently being discussed and an option for a city park is in the works. The Metro Parks and Recreation Board is considering purchasing the four-acre property and turn the land near Mill Creek which is prone to floods, into an open space.The price tag of the property is $105,000 part of which would be paid through a $25,000 donation from the Conservation Fund.
Have you noticed the new signage in Green Hills. Noodles and Co. has moved in the shopping center by the Green Hills mall and has proven successful. This unique restaurant is reasonable priced and has multiple noodle options. Whether you want Asian, American, Italian or Mediterranean style noodle.Noodle and Co can satisfy your taste buds for under eight bucks. A price like this can be hard to find in Green Hills unless you are eating fast food. From peanut sauce, to marinara, to Russian-inspired stroganoff- all genres are available and delicious for your delight.